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In January 2020, fires ravaged eastern Australia, destroying homes, devastating native flora, and killing wildlife. Floods followed, causing more damage while also providing much needed water. This book captures the observations of the recovery on one property at Badja, New South Wales, from snuffling echidnas to mobs of kangaroos; from tiny ladybirds to colourful butterflies; from intricate orchids to towering eucalypts. In over 1,300 photographs, labelled with both the common and scientific name, the observations are interspersed with the author's memories and what she learnt along the way.
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About the Author
Paula Boer is a retired widow, dedicating her life to caring for native Australian wildlife and their environment. She lives with her dog, Cal, on her 500-acre property, which is a registered sanctuary with the Humane Society International's Wildlife Land Trust.