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Paperbark (Melaleuca quinquenervia) forest in the wet season after bushfire, Kakadu National Park, Australia  -  Ingo Arndt
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00456636 Paperbark (Melaleuca quinquenervia) forest in the wet season after bushfire, Kakadu National Park, Australia© Ingo Arndt
Bushfire, Kakadu National Park, Australia  -  Ingo Arndt
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00456635 Bushfire, Kakadu National Park, Australia© Ingo Arndt
Bushfire, Kakadu National Park, Australia  -  Ingo Arndt
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00456634 Bushfire, Kakadu National Park, Australia© Ingo Arndt
Controlled bushfire, Kakadu National Park, Australia  -  Wil Meinderts/ Buiten-beeld
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00516275 Controlled bushfire, Kakadu National Park, Australia© Wil Meinderts/ Buiten-beeld
Bushfires in dry season on the Isuria escarpment, Masai-Mara Game Reserve, Kenya. October 2007.
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90722595 Bushfires in dry season on the Isuria escarpment, Masai-Mara Game Reserve, Kenya. October 2007.© Denis-Huot
White storks (Ciconia ciconia) hunting at the edge of a bushfire, Masai-Mara game reserve, Kenya  -  Denis Huot/ npl
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90673614 White storks (Ciconia ciconia) hunting at the edge of a bushfire, Masai-Mara game reserve, Kenya© Denis-Huot / NPL
White storks (Ciconia ciconia) hunting at the edge of bushfire, Masai-Mara game reserve, Kenya  -  Denis Huot/ npl
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90673370 White storks (Ciconia ciconia) hunting at the edge of bushfire, Masai-Mara game reserve, Kenya© Denis-Huot / NPL
Black Kite (Milvus migrans) group chasing insects during bushfire, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia  -  Jean-Paul Ferrero/ Auscape
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00250423 Black Kite (Milvus migrans) group chasing insects during bushfire, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia© Jean-Paul Ferrero/ Auscape
Grass Tree (Xanthorrhoea australis) re-growth after bushfire, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia  -  Reg Morrison/ Auscape
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00250142 Grass Tree (Xanthorrhoea australis) re-growth after bushfire, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia© Reg Morrison/ Auscape
Snow Gum (Eucalyptus aparrerinja pauciflora) burnt in bushfire, Dead Horse Gap, Snowy Mountains, New South Wales, Australia  -  Reg Morrison/ Auscape
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00250041 Snow Gum (Eucalyptus aparrerinja pauciflora) burnt in bushfire, Dead Horse Gap, Snowy Mountains, New South Wales, Australia© Reg Morrison/ Auscape
Boobook owl (Ninox boobook), two in temporary accommodation cage following evacuation from Walkabout Wildlife Park, Calga due to bushfire threat. Specialist in bird rescue and rehabilitation looking a...
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90839867 Boobook owl (Ninox boobook), two in temporary accommodation cage following evacuation from Walkabout Wildlife Park, Calga due to bushfire threat. Specialist in bird rescue and rehabilitation looking a...© Doug Gimesy
Bushfire in dry tropics - King Leopold Range, Kimberley Region, Western Australia. May 2003.
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90838852 Bushfire in dry tropics - King Leopold Range, Kimberley Region, Western Australia. May 2003.© Jiri Lochman
Bushfire in dry tropics - King Leopold Range, Kimberley Region, Western Australia. May 2003.
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90838851 Bushfire in dry tropics - King Leopold Range, Kimberley Region, Western Australia. May 2003.© Jiri Lochman
Bushfire in dry tropics - King Leopold Range, Kimberley Region, Western Australia. May 2003.
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90838850 Bushfire in dry tropics - King Leopold Range, Kimberley Region, Western Australia. May 2003.© Jiri Lochman
Bushfire in dry tropics - King Leopold Range, Kimberley Region, Western Australia. May 2003.
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90838849 Bushfire in dry tropics - King Leopold Range, Kimberley Region, Western Australia. May 2003.© Jiri Lochman
Bushfire in dry tropics - King Leopold Range, Kimberley Region, Western Australia. May 2003.
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90838848 Bushfire in dry tropics - King Leopold Range, Kimberley Region, Western Australia. May 2003.© Jiri Lochman
Burning Peat Swamp - an area accidentally burnt in a prescribed burn program. Peat swamps burn extremely slowly over several months after the bushfire in surrounding areas has been extinguished. As th...
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90838847 Burning Peat Swamp - an area accidentally burnt in a prescribed burn program. Peat swamps burn extremely slowly over several months after the bushfire in surrounding areas has been extinguished. As th...© Jiri Lochman
Burning Peat Swamp - an area accidentally burnt in a prescribed burn program. Peat swamps burn extremely slowly over several months after the bushfire in surrounding areas has been extinguished. As th...
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90838846 Burning Peat Swamp - an area accidentally burnt in a prescribed burn program. Peat swamps burn extremely slowly over several months after the bushfire in surrounding areas has been extinguished. As th...© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Bull banksia (Banksia grandis) re-sprouting from lignotuber after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia, April 2002.
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90838845 Severely burnt Bull banksia (Banksia grandis) re-sprouting from lignotuber after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia, April 2002.© Jiri Lochman
Vegetation devastated by bushfire in December 2011, near Gracetown, Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, Western Australia. January 2012.
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90838844 Vegetation devastated by bushfire in December 2011, near Gracetown, Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, Western Australia. January 2012.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Red swamp banksia (Banksia occidentalis) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.
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90838842 Severely burnt Red swamp banksia (Banksia occidentalis) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.© Jiri Lochman
Plume albizia (Paraserianthes lophantha) regenerating from seeds in an area destroyed in a bushfire, Mount Cooke, Darling Range, Western Australia. April 2003.
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90838841 Plume albizia (Paraserianthes lophantha) regenerating from seeds in an area destroyed in a bushfire, Mount Cooke, Darling Range, Western Australia. April 2003.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt stand of Western Australian peppermint, or Willow myrtle (Agonis flexuosa) re-sprouting from lignotubers after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia. April 200...
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90838840 Severely burnt stand of Western Australian peppermint, or Willow myrtle (Agonis flexuosa) re-sprouting from lignotubers after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia. April 200...© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Mallee (Eucalyptus sp.) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.
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90838839 Severely burnt Mallee (Eucalyptus sp.) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007
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90838838 Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007
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90838837 Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007
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90838836 Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007© Jiri Lochman
Burning Peat Swamp - an area accidentally burnt in a prescribed burn program. Peat swamps burn extremely slowly over several months after the bushfire in surrounding areas has been extinguished. As th...
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90838833 Burning Peat Swamp - an area accidentally burnt in a prescribed burn program. Peat swamps burn extremely slowly over several months after the bushfire in surrounding areas has been extinguished. As th...© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Bull banksia (Banksia grandis) re-sprouting from lignotuber after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia, April 2002.
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90838832 Severely burnt Bull banksia (Banksia grandis) re-sprouting from lignotuber after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia, April 2002.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Bull banksia (Banksia grandis) re-sprouting from lignotuber after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia, April 2002.
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90838831 Severely burnt Bull banksia (Banksia grandis) re-sprouting from lignotuber after major bushfire, West Cape Howe National Park, Western Australia, April 2002.© Jiri Lochman
Vegetation devastated by bushfire in December 2011, near Gracetown, Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, Western Australia. January 2012.
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90838828 Vegetation devastated by bushfire in December 2011, near Gracetown, Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, Western Australia. January 2012.© Jiri Lochman
Vegetation devastated by bushfire in December 2011, near Gracetown, Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, Western Australia. January 2012.
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90838827 Vegetation devastated by bushfire in December 2011, near Gracetown, Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, Western Australia. January 2012.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Rock sheoak (Allocasuarina huegeliana) re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, Mount Cooke, Darling Range, Western Australia. April 2003.
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90838825 Severely burnt Rock sheoak (Allocasuarina huegeliana) re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, Mount Cooke, Darling Range, Western Australia. April 2003.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt shrubs re-sprouting from lignotubers shortly after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.
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90838824 Severely burnt shrubs re-sprouting from lignotubers shortly after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Red swamp banksia (Banksia occidentalis) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.
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90838823 Severely burnt Red swamp banksia (Banksia occidentalis) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.© Jiri Lochman
Close up of a severely burnt Red swamp banksia (Banksia occidentalis) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.
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90838822 Close up of a severely burnt Red swamp banksia (Banksia occidentalis) re-sprouting from lignotuber immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Mallee (Eucalyptus sp.) re-sprouting from lignotuber and epicormic buds immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.
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90838821 Severely burnt Mallee (Eucalyptus sp.) re-sprouting from lignotuber and epicormic buds immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Mallee (Eucalyptus sp.) re-sprouting from lignotuber and epicormic buds immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.
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90838820 Severely burnt Mallee (Eucalyptus sp.) re-sprouting from lignotuber and epicormic buds immediately after bushfire, Walpole Nornalup National Park, Western Australia. February 2009.© Jiri Lochman
Hairy jugflower (Adenanthos barbiger) burnt to the ground re-sprouting from lignotuber shortly after bushfire, Darling Range, Western Australia. April 2003.
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90838819 Hairy jugflower (Adenanthos barbiger) burnt to the ground re-sprouting from lignotuber shortly after bushfire, Darling Range, Western Australia. April 2003.© Jiri Lochman
Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007
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90838816 Severely burnt Eucalyptus tree re-sprouting from epicormic buds after major bushfire, between Omeo and Dargo, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. April 2007© Jiri Lochman
Martins Creek and surrounds approx 5 months after 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. The edge of the creek originally had wet temperate rainforest along its edge, bounded by wet and damp forest. M...
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90838160 Martins Creek and surrounds approx 5 months after 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. The edge of the creek originally had wet temperate rainforest along its edge, bounded by wet and damp forest. M...© Doug Gimesy
Martins Creek and surrounds approx 5 months after 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. The edge of the creek originally had wet temperate rainforest along its edge, bounded by wet and damp forest. M...
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90838159 Martins Creek and surrounds approx 5 months after 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. The edge of the creek originally had wet temperate rainforest along its edge, bounded by wet and damp forest. M...© Doug Gimesy
Martins Creek and surrounds approx 5 months after 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. The edge of the creek originally had wet temperate rainforest along its edge, bounded by wet and damp forest. M...
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90838158 Martins Creek and surrounds approx 5 months after 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. The edge of the creek originally had wet temperate rainforest along its edge, bounded by wet and damp forest. M...© Doug Gimesy
?Kitchen of the Emily and and Sharon Small, and home of the Goongerah Wombat Orphonage?. Goongerah, Victoria, Australia?. February, 2020. Editorial use only.
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90837833 ?Kitchen of the Emily and and Sharon Small, and home of the Goongerah Wombat Orphonage?. Goongerah, Victoria, Australia?. February, 2020. Editorial use only.© Doug Gimesy
Forest and wildlife Officer from the Department of Land, Water and Planning (DEWLP) Abby Smith visits and drops off some supplies to the founder of Goongerah Wombat Orphanage, Emily Small, soon after...
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90837832 Forest and wildlife Officer from the Department of Land, Water and Planning (DEWLP) Abby Smith visits and drops off some supplies to the founder of Goongerah Wombat Orphanage, Emily Small, soon after...© Doug Gimesy
Sharon Small, one of the founders of Goongerah Wombat Orphanage, sitting at home after the 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. Sharon's house was spared, but she lamented the loss of her surrou...
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90837831 Sharon Small, one of the founders of Goongerah Wombat Orphanage, sitting at home after the 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. Sharon's house was spared, but she lamented the loss of her surrou...© Doug Gimesy
Emily Small,one of the founders of the Goongerah Wombat Orphanage, sits on the veranda of her house, with her ragdoll cat Cotton', shortly after the 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. Emily's...
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90837830 Emily Small,one of the founders of the Goongerah Wombat Orphanage, sits on the veranda of her house, with her ragdoll cat Cotton', shortly after the 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. Emily's...© Doug Gimesy
Emily Small,one of the founders of the Goongerah Wombat Orphanage, sits on the veranda of her house, with her ragdoll cat Cotton', shortly after the 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. Emily's...
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90837829 Emily Small,one of the founders of the Goongerah Wombat Orphanage, sits on the veranda of her house, with her ragdoll cat Cotton', shortly after the 2019/20 bushfires devastated the area. Emily's...© Doug Gimesy
Banksia woodland regenerating after bushfire, Neerabup National Park, Perth Region, Western Australia. June 2000.
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90837617 Banksia woodland regenerating after bushfire, Neerabup National Park, Perth Region, Western Australia. June 2000.© Marie Lochman
Tall heathland, with a grass tree (Xanthorrhoea) in the foreground, regenerating after bushfire - Neerabup National Park, Perth Region, Western Australia. June 2000.
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90837616 Tall heathland, with a grass tree (Xanthorrhoea) in the foreground, regenerating after bushfire - Neerabup National Park, Perth Region, Western Australia. June 2000.© Marie Lochman
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