Adam Kerezsy: Desert Fishing Lessons: Saving Species from Extinction
Saving the redfinned blue-eye is no great greenie-pinko conspiracy – it just makes sense. It might work, it might not, but I reckon it’s worth a go.
– Dr Adam Kerezsy
Dr Adam Kerezsy is a freshwater ecologist who works in some of the driest rivers and springs of inland Australia. Working with Bush Heritage Australia, he focuses on recovering populations of the critically endangered red-finned blue-eye, a small fish only known to live in Great Artesian Basin springs at Bush Heritage’s Edgbaston Reserve, in western Queensland.
Join Adam to be informed and inspired about the wonders beneath the waters of inland Australia, the practise of excellent Australian science, and the real-life challenge of saving species from extinction.
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Adam Kerezsy is a freshwater ecologist working with Bush Heritage Australia on the rivers and springs of inland Australia. His role with Bush Heritage Australia is focused on recovering populations of the critically endangered red-finned blue-eye, a small fish that is only known from Great Artesian ... Read more
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