Walker Swamp Restoration Reserve

A lot of ecological restoration, management and science involves sitting at a desk, but I have a strong belief that ecologists should regularly spend time in the ecosystems on which they work. Not just focused work time, with specific tasks to achieve, but leisure time...

Since the initial restoration trials at Gooseneck and Brady Swamp, we have been keeping an eye on how the fish and frogs are doing. A key justification for restoring hydrology is to ensure that these species have an opportunity to breed and for many species,...

After six years of intensive monitoring at Walker Swamp Restoration Reserve (WSRR) and following completion of the major on ground works, the initial response of the avian community to these changes can now be gauged. Digging into the results from 115 bird surveys including 46...

The year may have only just begun, but NGT volunteers have already been actively involved in a range of projects and activities around the region. A number of volunteers have been doing a fantastic effort in helping Ryan manage the native plant nursery as part of...

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