A day in the life of Yirralka Rangers and their love for the job is highlighted through this documentary film, ‘Let’s care for this country.’ The film is co-directed and co-written by the Yirralka Rangers and the Blue Mud Bay community of Baniyala and is intended for a wider audience. It highlights the importance of the ranger program to the community, the diversity of ranger roles, ranger participation in traditional Yolngu practices, and the beauty of the country they live and work in.
This video is about Danielle Stokeld.
This video is about Tim Gentles.
This video is about Peter Christopherson.
In Ngallabigee in Cape York Peninsula the practice of traditional burning has been absent for over two decades. In this video, Traditional Owner Dion Creek explains how Ngallabigee has changed over that time and highlights why cultural practices, such as traditional burning, are important for landscape management.
“How do we get pigs out of the rainforest?” This is a critical question facing Kalan Rangers, based in Cape York Peninsula. In this video, Traditional Owner Dion Creek points out an example of how pigs can impact the biodiversity of tropical rainforests. While aerial culling may be effective in open landscapes, finding a solution to control pigs in forests is more challenging.
A community-led collaborative research project has improved the capacity of the Lama Lama Rangers to monitor wetlands on their country. Working together, the North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance Limited (NAILSMA), South Cape York Catchments (SCYC), and the Lama Lama Rangers have developed a rapid assessment method, allowing them to monitor more wetlands more often.
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