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1505, 2024

Camera Traps – April 2024

Camera Traps - April 2024 accrued 59-cassowary sightings, 12-dingoes and 110-feral pigs.  Against the cumulative monthly average, cassowary numbers fell by 45%, dingoes decreased by 69% and feral-pig numbers also dropped by 30%.  Against April 2023, cassowaries were 65% fewer, dingo numbers dropped by

1704, 2024

Camera Traps – March 2024

Camera Traps - March 2024 accrued 37-cassowary sightings, 17-dingoes and 174-feral pigs.  Against the cumulative monthly average, cassowary numbers fell by 66%, dingoes also decreased by 57%, but feral-pig numbers grew by 10%.  Against March 2023, cassowaries were 64% fewer, dingo numbers plummeted by

1103, 2024

Camera Traps – February 2024

Camera Traps - February 2024 accrued 118-cassowary sightings, 27-dingoes and 200-feral pigs.  Against the cumulative monthly average, cassowary numbers rose by 8%, dingoes decreased by 33% and feral-pig numbers grew by 27%.  Against February 2023, cassowaries were 65% fewer, dingo numbers fell by 73%

2602, 2024

Camera Traps – January 2024

Camera Traps - January 2024 accrued 108-cassowaries, 50-dingoes and 182-feral pigs.  Against the cumulative monthly average, cassowary numbers fell by 1%, dingoes increased by 24% and feral-pig numbers grew by 57%.  Against January 2023, cassowaries were 66%-down, dingoes were 47% down and feral-pig soared

2102, 2024

2023 ANNUAL REPORT

2023 ANNUAL REPORT Daintree Rainforest Foundation LTD maintains the Daintree Rainforest Fund, to protect, conserve, present, rehabilitate and transmit Wet Tropics World Heritage values to present and future generations, through long-term dedicated inhabitancy, research and presentation expertise. Cumulative knowledge of the World Heritage

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