1. Australia is air-dropping vegetables from helicopters to feed animals stranded by wildfires  The Washington Post
  2. Australia is dropping thousands of veggies from helicopters for hungry animals escaping bushfires  CNN
  3. Aircrafts Drop Nearly 4,500 Lbs. of Food on Bushfire Ravaged Australia to Save Starving Animals  PEOPLE.com
  4. Helicopters drop food for wallabies in Australia  CBS This Morning
  5. Australia bushfires: Carrots dropped from helicopters feed wallabies  BBC News
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Dubbed Operation Rock Wallaby, this is the most widespread food drop yet to help save the endangered brush-tailed rock wallabies.Dubbed Operation Rock Wallaby, this is the most widespread food drop yet to help save the endangered brush-tailed rock wallabies.

Australia fires: Food airdropped from the sky to feed brush-tail rock wallabies, endangered animals in New South Wales - CBS News

The New South Wales government is working to help feed hungry wildlife left starving after the deadly Australian bushfires, which has claimed the lives of at least 27 people and likely more than a billion animals so farThe New South Wales government is working to help feed hungry wildlife left starving after the deadly Australian bushfires, which has claimed the lives of at least 27 people and likely more than a billion animals so far

Food Dropped on Bushfire Ravaged Australia to Save Starving Animals | PEOPLE.com | PEOPLE.com

“This is the most widespread food drop we have ever done for brush-tailed rock-wallabies,” said Matt Kean, minister of energy and environment

Food Dropped on Bushfire Ravaged Australia to Save Starving Animals | PEOPLE.com

The New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service dropped thousands of pounds of food to assist the brush-tailed rock-wallaby population.The New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service dropped thousands of pounds of food to assist the brush-tailed rock-wallaby population.

Australia fires: Helicopters air-drop food, water for hungry wallabies

The bushfires have burned millions of acres and exacted a staggering environmental toll. Australia's government is setting up a $1.4 billion fund to help those affected by the fires.The bushfires have burned millions of acres and exacted a staggering environmental toll. Australia's government is setting up a $1.4 billion fund to help those affected by the fires.

Australia Wildfires Have Claimed 25 Lives And Will Burn For Months, Officials Say : NPR

“Operation Rock Wallaby 🦘- #NPWS staff today dropped thousands of kgs of food (Mostly sweet potato and carrots) for our Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby colonies across NSW 🥕🥕 #bushfires”

Matt Kean MP on Twitter: "Operation Rock Wallaby 🦘- #NPWS staff today dropped thousands of kgs of food (Mostly sweet potato and carrots) for our Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby colonies across NSW 🥕🥕 #bushfires… https://t.co/Lmb5zC8Xj5"

“One happy customer 🦘🥕🥕🥕🥕#operationrockwallaby #AustralianFires”

Matt Kean MP on Twitter: "One happy customer 🦘🥕🥕🥕🥕#operationrockwallaby #AustralianFires… "

The NSW government has dropped 2000 pounds of food as part of Operation Rock Wallaby, which will save animals in the Australian bushfire.“The provision of supplementary food is one of the key strategies we are deploying to promote the survival and recovery of endangered species.”

Australian Government Drops 2000 Pounds of Carrots to Save Wildlife

Australia is dropping thousands of pounds of food across some areas impacted by the wildfires that devastated the nation in an effort to help the wallaby population, the New South Wales environment departmentAustralia is dropping thousands of pounds of food across some areas impacted by the wildfires that devastated the nation in an effort to help the wallaby population, the New South Wales environment

Australia drops more than 4K pounds of food from helicopters to help hungry wallabies | TheHill

Australia is dropping thousands of pounds of food across some areas impacted by the wildfires that devastated the nation in an effort to help the wallaby population, the New South Wales environment departmentAustralia is dropping thousands of pounds of food across some areas impacted by the wildfires that devastated the nation in an effort to help the wallaby population, the New South Wales environment

Australia drops more than 4K pounds of food from helicopters to help hungry wallabies | TheHill

It's raining sweet potatoes and carrots.It's raining sweet potatoes and carrots.

'Operation Rock Wallaby' rains food down on wildlife hurt by Australian bushfires - Science

Efforts are underway to save bush-tailed rock-wallabies from the Australian brushfires by dumping buckets of vegetables across their scorched habitat.Operation Rock Wallaby aims to feed millions of threatened animals in the scorched ecosystem.

Australia Fires - Animals in Australia - Australia Animal Rescue

"Operation Rock Wallaby," commissioned by the government of New South Wales, has dropped thousands of carrots and sweet potatoes to endangered critters who fled their natural habitats.Rescue workers in Australia are bombarding secluded parts of the fire-ravaged Land Down Under — with veggies. “Operation Rock Wallaby,” commissioned by the government of New South Wales, has

Australian brushfires: Rescuers drop tons of veggies for stranded animals

Thousands of kilograms of vegetables, namely carrots and sweet potatoes, are being dropped over New South Wales to feed wallabies affected by brushfires.Australian officials are air-dropping carrots to feed the animals affected by the brushfires.

Vegetables Drop From The Sky To Feed Fire-Affected Australian Wallabies

Australian wildlife struggling to survive in the aftermath of devastating wildfires are getting some help from above. Thousands of pounds of sweet potatoes and carrots have been dropped from helicopters... World News Summaries. | Newser'Operation Rock Wallaby' aids endangered species

Australia Air-Drops Food for Struggling Wildlife

The New South Wales Government is dropping thousands of pounds of carrots and sweet potato from helicopters to feed the endangered Brush-tailed Rock-wallabies that are starving as a result of the massive bushfires across Australia. From the NSW Government: (According to Environment Minister Matt Kean,) "Initial fire assessments indicate the habitat of several important Brush-tailed…The New South Wales Government is dropping thousands of pounds of carrots and sweet potato from helicopters to feed the endangered Brush-tailed Rock-wallabies that are starving as a result of the m…

Australia fires: Carrots and sweet potatoes dropped from the air to feed starving animals / Boing Boing

Authorities in News South Wales are dropping vegetables from the air to feed wallabies.Authorities in News South Wales are dropping vegetables from the air to feed wallabies.

Australia bushfires: Carrots dropped from helicopters feed wallabies - BBC News