Rewilding Australia

Rewilding Australia after the fires

Rewilding refers to the process of reintroducing native fauna into an ecosystem as a way of restoring what has deteriorated over time. In other words, bringing back animals to create better balance in nature. Studies show rewilding can even help create better resilience for the landscape and reduce the impact of drought, bushfires and climate change. Here, we take a look at the outcomes of rewilding efforts in Australia.