UUNGUU COAST, KIMBERLEY, WESTERN AUSTRALIA
We, the Wunambal Gaambera people welcome you to our Country – Bianngaa graa winya.
We are the native title holders of 2.5 million hectares of graa (land) and wundaagu (saltwater), that is our Wunambal Gaambera Country, in the North Kimberley region of Australia.
We are following our Wunambal Gaambera Healthy Country Plan to help us look after our Uunguu, our cultural and natural assets and values, to pass, in tact, to future generations and share with visitors.
Our Healthy Country vision for the next ten years, is for us, Wunambal Gaambera people, to build our sustainable livlihoods and communal wealth on and from our healthy Country.
Our Wunambal Gaambera Aboriginal Corporation represents us and our communal native title needs and interests.
Perth based group VBX Limited (VBX) have prepared and submitted to the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) a draft version of the Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) for the proposed Wuudagu bauxite
Ian J. Radford, Leigh-Ann Woolley, Ben Corey, Tom Vigilante, Wunambal Gaambera Aboriginal Corporation, Ed Hatherley, Richard Fairman, Karin Carnes & Antony N. Start August 2020, Biodiversity and Conservation 29(7)DOI: 10.1007/s10531-020-02010-9 Despite substantial investment in prescribed burning for biodiversity conservation there has
Regional Assessment of the Conservation Status of Snubfin Dolphins (Orcaella heinsohni) in the Kimberley Region, Western Australia
Phil J. Bouchet, Deborah Thiele, Sarah A. Marley, Kelly Waples, Frank Weisenberger, Balanggarra Rangers, Bardi Jawi Rangers, Dambimangari Rangers, Nyamba Buru Yawuru Rangers, Nyul Nyul Rangers, Uunguu Rangers and Holly
Small mammal diversity is higher in infrequently compared with frequently burnt rainforest–savanna mosaics in the north Kimberley, Australia
Stefania Ondei, Lynda D. Prior, Hugh W. McGregor, Angela M. Reid, Chris N. Johnson, Tom Vigilante, Catherine Goonack, Desmond Williams and David M. J. S. Bowman 27 November 2020 — Wildlife