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Nature Reclaiming Queensland, Australia

Posted by feww on October 21, 2011

West Qld declared a disaster area, as record rains drench north

Fires consume over 4,000km² of grazing and grassland in Australia’s state of Queensland

Raging fires sparked by lightning  across west central Queensland  last week have now consumed more than a million acres of grazing and grassland leaving thousands of cattle without fodder.

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  • Queensland, Australia. Queensland has  declared the  western portion of the state a disaster area, as record rains drench north.
    • “Queensland’s weather has turned extreme, with a natural disaster zone declared in the west,” a report said.
    • Fires have consumed more than 4,000km² (one million acres)  of grazing and grassland in the Australian state of Queensland.
    • Raging fires sparked by lightning  across west central Queensland last week have left thousands of cattle to starve.
    • Fires have blackened about 40 farms in Barcaldine region, consuming between 80 and 100 per cent of the grazing land in 10 farms, and prompting the state’s Agriculture Minister to declare the region a disaster area.
    • “About 10 per cent of the shire has been burnt,” Barcaldine Mayor said. “There are real fears cattle will perish.”
    • The fires have destroyed the cattle farming infrastructure, reducing “thousands of kilometers of fencing, water tanks and sheds” to ashes.
    • Three major fires are still burning in the region, two said to be uncontained.
    • “On the northeast coast, flood warnings were issued by the Weather Bureau for rivers and streams between Cooktown and Cardwell after some places recorded 500mm of rain for the week.”

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