Australia: a case for Aboriginal rangers.


Among David Bowman’s more outlandish suggestions for dealing with Australia’s massive problems of wildfires, feral animals and weeds, there are some workable ideas (Nature 482, 30; 2012). Some of these are already being implemented, such as the reinstatement of Aboriginal fire management in the north of the country. The Australian Wildlife Conservancy’s prescribed-burn programme in the Kimberley region is having great success. These innovations are radical, Australia: a case for Aboriginal rangers

DOI: 10.1038/482471e

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@article{McMahon2012AustraliaAC, title={Australia: a case for Aboriginal rangers.}, author={Clive R. McMahon}, journal={Nature}, year={2012}, volume={482 7386}, pages={471} }