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KI koala fire babies thrive at Cleland Wildlife Park
They’ve been dubbed the fire babies, and these two cute koala joeys, Phoenix and Breezy, are thriving at Cleland Wildlife Park.
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New technology reveals higher than expected sea lion numbers
A combination of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology and photogrammetry software has seen researchers detect greater than ever pup numbers during successive Australian sea lion breeding season surveys in the Great Australian Bight.
New management plan for bird sanctuary takes flight
Better protection for wildlife and increasing visitor numbers are key parts of a new park management plan for Adelaide’s international bird sanctuary.
Aerial kangaroo survey for KI
A helicopter equipped with observers and a thermal camera will fly over Kangaroo Island next week to count kangaroos and wallabies.
Reinvigorating Belair National Park
The State Government’s revitalisation of South Australian parks will include Belair National Park with upgrade works in progress and community consultation on a master planning process for the former golf course and Country Club underway.
Wildflowers blooming on Yorke Peninsula
Right now is a perfect time to head to Yorke Peninsula with spring coming early to Innes National Park, and bringing with it a spectacular display of wildflowers.