Case study

Recording knowledge of wetlands and feral animals

Yugul Mangi billabong

Yugul Mangi billabong

The Yugul Mangi Rangers have been working with ANU researchers to record the ecological and cultural values of freshwater wetlands on their Country using western science and Indigenous knowledge. They fenced off three culturally significant billabongs to protect them from feral buffalo, pigs and horses and to show the community the impacts of feral animals.

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1442-8903.2011.00627.x/abstract

Download PDF filehttp://anu.edu/caepr/country/doc/Yugul_Mangi_fencing.pdf

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