The Golden-shouldered Parrot Recovery Team is led by the Traditional Owners whose lands encompass the current range of the Golden-shouldered Parrot across both the northern and southern sub-populations. The Recovery Team is committed to the recovery program being an Aboriginal-led process that empowers Traditional Owners.
One of the major impediments facing Cape York is the myth that it is a vast undisturbed wilderness sitting in a time-warp that has by-passed the rest of Australia.
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There are some very talented story tellers, artists, photographers, plus wonderful land manager projects, across the Cape community—and we have hundreds of readers who’d love to read, or see, your work.
The ABCD Management Practice Framework was designed over 10 years ago to highlight and facilitate communication about the different level
This report documents the findings from a five day field trip to Violetvale Station in the Normanby drainage basin of eastern Cape York. In anticipation of large scale fencing-off of wetlands, the main focus of this study was to document aquatic biodiversity, primarily fishes; and to a lesser extent crustaceans, aquatic reptiles and waterbirds.
This document shows foundational activities and inputs, immediate activites, immediate outcomes, long term outcomes, and aspirational program goals for the integrated pest management aspect of the Regional Investment Plan 2014-2018.
This document shows foundational activities and inputs, immediate activites, immediate outcomes, long term outcomes, and aspirational program goals for the Livelihoods aspect of the Regional Investment Plan 2014-2018.