Bushfire recovery news
Fire brigade staff from National Parks and Wildlife Service CFS on the Limestone Coast were recently recognised for their stellar efforts during the 2019 – 20 Australian Black Summer bushfires.
Burnt down in the Kangaroo Island bushfires of 2019 – 20 two state heritage listed cottages have arisen from the ashes to become the newest and highest standard of accommodation offered by the National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS).
South Australia’s National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) are calling for volunteers to help identify endangered animals captured in images taken from recovering Cherry Gardens bushland using motion sensing cameras.
Recent rains have signalled the end of a record-breaking year of prescribed burns for South Australia with The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) successfully completing 49 prescribed burns this autumn, making it a record 96 for the year and a 53 per cent increase from the 2019⁄20 season.
South Australia will be better prepared to support the preservation and re-establishment of the natural environment during and following bushfires with a new framework released by the Wildlife and Habitat Bushfire Recovery Taskforce.