Fire Survey Feb 2020 - aerial overfly by Parks Victoria

This post is not new news. We thought it would be pertinent for our members though as we contemplate getting back into projects in the High Country and to prepare for what will be evident up there. Clearly, we will hope to see a lot of epicormic growth, although in some areas, as the commentary suggests, the devastation on the ground looks pretty complete and it will take decades for even new succession to establish and grow out.

This video was taken by Parks Victoria in February 2020 and hence it would be interesting if they were able to provide some indication of the extent of recovery indicators at the end of the spring season.

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