The initiative features work underway through the Wild Deserts consortium between UNSW and Ecological Horizons with the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.
Thanks to the Wild Deserts team, a locally extinct species is translocated from Western Australia and reintroduced into Sturt National Park.
For Bec West and Reece Pedler, it’s an overnight journey to buy groceries and a 350-kilometre round trip to take the kids to playgroup. But they wouldn’t have it any other way.
This World Wildlife Day, we celebrate the three native mammal species – bilbies, crest-tailed mulgaras and Shark Bay bandicoots – now thriving in Sturt National Park since their
This is the project milestone ecologists had been hoping for.
After more than a century, locally extinct bandicoots have returned to Sturt National Park.
The locally extinct animals have been reintroduced to the NSW outback as part of a major rewilding project led by UNSW Sydney.