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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,...