I feel like the Western Bowerbird (Ptilonorhynchus guttatus) is my kindred spirit. Quirky, hops around making silly noises while trying to look serious, and generally collecting all manner of things to make a nice home. When I first arrived in Central Australia, I was living in Mutitjulu at the base of Uluru and working for
Caragh Heenan, the current Land for Wildlife Coordinator, is sadly moving on to a new role. As a result, Land for Wildlife Central Australia is looking for a new full-time coordinator to take over the management of the program. Do you think you have what it takes to engage the community regarding natural resource management?