A Landowner’s Observations
In early 2020, fires ravaged eastern Australia, destroying homes, and devastating native flora and fauna. Torrential rain and floods followed, causing even more damage. But the much-needed water and nature’s innate resiliency enabled life to recover.
Bushfire Recovery at Badja captures the author’s observations on her 500-acre property in New South Wales. From snuffling echidnas to mobs of kangaroos, tiny ladybirds to colourful butterflies, intricate orchids to towering eucalypts, this book incorporates over 1,300 photographs, covering over 400 species, labelled with both their common and scientific names.
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“…urges us to cherish our ecosystems and do our utmost to protect them”Professor David Emery, University of Sydney
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Enjoy the videos from the trailcam via my YouTube Channel below. Watch Swamp Wallabies feeding, Ravens fighting off a Pied Currawong, a Common Brushtail Possum inspecting the camera, even a Red Fox and a Fallow Deer dodging around a tree, and many other wildlife captures.
Here is a selection of images from the book for you to enjoy.