Kiwirrkurra Rangers

The Kiwirrkurra Indigenous Protected Area (IPA) Rangers work on Kiwirrkurra Country, of the Western Deserts, under direction of our Elders and our Native Title corporation.

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Why are feral species a problem? Watch a short film about the impacts feral cats have on Australian native species and challenge yourself to learn about other feral animal species in Australia.

Explore the issue. Take the challenge and read a scientific article about ‘Is cat hunting by Indigenous tracking experts an effective way to reduce cat impacts on threatened species?’

Give books with Deadly Science. Connect with Deadly Science, a charity supporting Kiwirrkurra School and providing science books and early reading material to remote schools in Australia.

Travel deep into desert lands. Take a journey through Australia’s globally significant arid lands with the 10 Deserts Project. Meet Indigenous ranger groups from across ten deserts working together to keep Australia’s outback healthy for the benefit of the entire world.

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