Tranboundary Wildlife Corridor in Australia

A press release last Friday from the government of the Northern Territory of Australia officially announced its commitment to a transboundary conservation project with South Australia – part of the Eco-Link program.

“This wildlife corridor will cover about 1.4 million square kilometres – connecting both public and private land – to provide a continuous refuge of native habitat,” Mr Rann (SA premier) said.

“It is designed to help a huge section of Australia’s native flora and fauna survive and adapt to the threats of fire, drought and other fallouts of climate change,” Mr Henderson (NT Chief Minister) said.  More information can be found on the Nature-Links website and on the media release from the Northern Territory.

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