Two years after black summer bushfires, CSU student Mikayla Green is researching the effect on vulnerable Greater Glider population

Angus Thomson
By Angus Thomson
March 3 2022 - 1:00am
PIONEER: Fourth-year CSU student Mikayla Green is commencing her honours research into the effect of the 2019-20 bushfires on Greater Gliders in Woomargama National Park. Picture: Supplied

Mikayla Green was volunteering in wildlife conservation in Namibia as the black summer bushfires caused devastation across eastern Australia.


Angus Thomson

Angus Thomson

Editorial Trainee (The Daily Advertiser)

Angus is an Editorial Trainee with Australian Community Media based in Wagga Wagga. He can be reached at

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