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At the end of July, Lachie and Tom met with an eager group of volunteers to complete the first round of data retrievals for our remote monitoring project in the Grampians. Field cameras and AudioMoth sound recorders had been deployed a month prior at various...

In the south west of Victoria we are currently experiencing one of the wettest winters for a long time. Driving across the landscape, it has been quite revealing to see lots of wetlands showing their face, and many streams running at levels usually seen in...

The karst rising-springs (KRS) around Port MacDonnell represent an important but threatened ecosystem supporting a diverse range of flora and fauna, including the nationally endangered Glenelg Spiny Freshwater Crayfish Euastacus bispinosus and the nationally vulnerable Variegated Pygmy Perch Nannoperca variegata. In South Australia, Glenelg Spiny...

As long time readers of the Nature Glenelg Trust newsletter will know, a significant focus for our organisation is freshwater species conservation and research. These activities have been conducted under our 'Aquasave-NGT' banner since mid-2012, and continue the legacy of high quality aquatic research commenced...

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