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National Bird Week

It's National Bird Week from October 18-24 and you can get involved by participating in the Aussie Backyard Bird Count. Now in it's 8th year, the count aims to understand what birds are where by asking...

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New populations of threatened Button Wrinklewort created

Some of Australia’s most genetically diverse populations of the threatened daisy, the Button Wrinklewort, have been created by the Glenelg Hopkins CMA this spring. The perennial daisy has a particular...

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Pritchard’s Landing upgrade

Pritchards Landing on the Glenelg River at Nelson will have a new pontoon-based jetty created by Glenelg Hopkins CMA to support recreational fishing access after the Victorian Fisheries Authority announced...

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September 2021 newsletter

Keep up to date with what's been happening at the Glenelg Hopkins CMA with our latest newsletter. See how the Eastern Barred Bandicoot has come back from brink, what the Victoria Nature Festival showcased...

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Frogging on the Victorian Volcanic Plains

Looking for a school holiday activity for the kids? Learn about local frogs and waterbugs at the Willaura Wetlands next Friday with local researchers Dr Elia Pirtle & Dr Ayesha Burdett. Please...

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Nest incentive scheme returns

The SE Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo Recovery Team are calling on landholders and members of the public to help locate new nest sites of the endangered South-eastern Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo (SERTBC). Nest...

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MEDIA RELEASE: The importance of roadside burning workshop

The importance of continuing a regime of regular roadside burning, for the safety of travellers and the regeneration of native grasslands, will be discussed at an online forum for CFA volunteers next...

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LIVE EVENT: Shorebird stroll

Join us for a stroll on the sand of one of our southern Victorian beaches for talk all things shorebirds.

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LIVE EVENT: An evening on the estuary

Join us for a livestreamed evening paddle around the mouth of the Glenelg River in south-west Victoria and find out why the area where the river meets the sea is one very special place.

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August 2021 Newsletter

In this edition – how to get involved with our catchment, our activities, and Victoria’s nature, even while restrictions are ongoing.

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