Ram das (Red Deer) is one of the largest red deer populations in Australia and a popular tourist destination.
It is a popular spot for wildlife watching and wildlife-watching photographers.
“It is a pretty big game area, it’s probably the largest in the world,” wildlife ranger Dave McManus said.
“There are a lot of people visiting it from all over the world.”
It’s a really popular place for shooting and there’s a lot that goes on in it.
“There are all these different species of animals that are coming into that area, and they are all going to come here and there are some very well-known ones that are going to be coming here.”
In the last two years, there has been a huge increase in poaching in the area, with at least 13 dead elephant carcasses being found in the last three years.
Rangers say there is little chance the elephants will be found again in the near future, with the population of the red deer on the rebound after a significant decline due to habitat loss.
But Mr McManuses fears there could be a return to poaching, as some of the animals will move onto more popular areas of the park.
“[The elephant] population is very important in terms of the habitat for red deer,” he said.
“If there is a population in the park that is not there anymore, then they’re going to move to the area and then that area becomes a breeding ground for new elephants.”
For wildlife watchers in the red bush, the poaching crisis is not just an environmental issue.
The population of red deer has been steadily declining for years, with a decline that is predicted to accelerate in the coming years.
Last year the Red Deer Redevelopment Authority announced a $1.2 million program to help save the population, with more than $1 million of the funds earmarked for habitat restoration.
Despite the efforts, red deer numbers have declined significantly, with an estimated 1.2 per cent of the population in 2016-17.
There is a lot going on in the Redeemed area, including the reintroduction of the elk population and a new hunting licence, but there is also a major impact on wildlife.
As a result, Mr McGuyus said it was essential to have a plan in place for how to deal with any future poaching.
Mr McManumes said the area had been a popular place to shoot for a long time, with many photographers coming to shoot there, and the area was also home to many deer.
A lot of that has been done, but we’re still having problems with the poaching, and it’s going to get worse in the future, he said