A Twitter post is shown below, by Mercurius Goldstein, who lives near Glenn Innes, New South Wales.
I suggest you visit Twitter and see the images and discussion in his long post.
It includes a series of pictures of burned bush, along with comments on regrowth, riverbed water flow and the lack of effect from prior burn-offs.
Ecocide: A thread
Bearing witness at Wytaliba NSW, these photos are a response to the neverending know-it-all 💩 from armchair experts since the #NSWfires started in September.
6 weeks and 3 inches of rain later, this is a riverbed. pic.twitter.com/QuVJ4XhSIX
— Mercurius Goldstein (@greengoldstein) December 19, 2019
Meanwhile, also on Twitter, birds fall from trees in Victoria …
48.9 degrees C on the farm (western Vic) yesterday. Cockies falling dead from the trees. People and wildlife cannot withstand the extremes we are already experiencing and this is just 1 degree of warming. We are on track for more than 4. 😔#ClimateEmergency pic.twitter.com/cAQacRRP86
— Martine Maron (@martine_maron) December 21, 2019
See this link for a story on the effectiveness of burn-offs in Tasmania.
For Tasmanians, fires started last night or yesterday at Lake Gordon, the same region where last summer’s fires began.