Galahs as indicators of how early settlers changed ecology


Early maps of inland Australia show that galahs were mainly
living inland, away from the coastal areas. Why?
Listen to Bill Gammage as he relates the story.

Bill Gammage is one of the Key Note Speakers in the recent
8th Stipa National Native Grasslands Conference.

This is a sneak peek of the “8th Stipa National Native Grasslands Conference Theme: Potential of Native Grasses” DVD presented by 15 speakers in 3 Days. To see more clips and how to get a copy of the DVD, go here: https://farmingsecrets.com/store/animal-health/stipa-8th-native-grasslands-national-conference-no-more-sowing-seeds-with-native-grasses/

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