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On Saturday, 23 participants joined naturalist and butterfly enthusiast Bryan Haywood from ForestrySA for a day of identifying local butterflies, particularly one threatened local species - the Silver Xenica (pronounced ‘Zen-i-ka’). Honan’s Native Forest Reserve was a beautiful setting, made even better as the sun shone...

The 2013 Up Close events kicked off on Sunday with 18 participants joining renowned local naturalist Neville Bonney on a driving/walking tour of how local Aborigines lived before and after European settlement near Carpenters Rocks on the lower South East SA coast. [caption id="attachment_2190" align="aligncenter" width="300"]...

Hi everyone, They're here! Nature Glenelg Trust along with Natural Resources SE and a host of partners bring you the Biodiversity ‘Up Close’ events - a series of FREE walks, talks and opportunities for you and the family to meet the experts and learn about the amazing...

Over the last week I had the opportunity to "circumnavigate" NGT's entire focal region in Victoria and South Australia - initially heading to Melbourne via Warrnambool, Colac and Geelong, before driving to Adelaide along the main highway via Horsham and Bordertown. Then after a few...

After working with Nature Glenelg Trust as a Scientific Officer since mid last year, Jessie McMaster is moving on to a great new opportunity. Luckily for us and the region, Jessie will still be about the place, having been offered a role with the Corangamite CMA,...

In recent visits to Middle Island, the dedicated teams of volunteers, and Warrnambool Coastcare Landcare group members have observed another important milestone in the life cycle of the Little Penguin. Roughly around the start of February, the Little Penguin adults begin their annual moult. This process...