Category Archives: Turtles & other Fauna

Community Monitoring Update with GWLAP

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Dangerous Snakes Flyer

Here’s a handy flyer, to assist in identification of dangerous snakes of the Lakes Area and Fleurieu Peninsula, living with snakes and what to do if bitten. Adapted from a publication by Peter Mirtschin. Dangerous Snakes of the Lakes Area … Continue reading

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Toatally Wild – Native Fish, Eastern Fleurieu School, Strathalbyn

Strathalbyn Campus students were recently on an episode of Totally Wild (3/9/2012), with an informative segment on our local fish species. Click the link below to visit Channel Ten to play the video, the Native Fish segment is up first after the brief ad, enjoy! … Continue reading

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Lakes Hub Bulletin, No90

Contents include -: World Water Day at Meningie Area School Community Nurseries Network – seed collection workshop summary Murray River Community meeting Henry Jones, the Mulloway and the Prime Minister Clayton Bay Fair – Saturday 14th April “Murray” the short-necked … Continue reading

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2010-11 pelican breeding report

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Lakes Hub Bulletin, No67

Contents include : Increase in Carp populations Pelican Path official opening – Meningie On-ground works funding available – perennial pastures/ fencing GWLAP AGM – Migratory Birds of the Coorong presentation TONIGHT Waterbird & Wetland survey Hardhead ( White eyed Duck … Continue reading

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Dangerous Snakes of the Lakes Area and Fleurieu Peninsula

by Peter Mirtschin. Director, Venom Science Pty Ltd. Adjunct Research Fellow, School of Pharmacy & Medical Sciences, University of South Australia. Through the warmer months of the year, it is possible to encounter some of Australia’s most venomous snakes around … Continue reading

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