Finally we have ironed out the problems.
A lot has happened since we last posted this newsletter; we have had a State election; the river Murray and Coorong Action Group have had their AGM, with the state environment minister attending. Included in this issue we have news on
- the release of Black Bream fingerlings
- Information on Peregrine Falcons
- Some of the latest research on restoring habitat for native fish
- Invitations to various events
- And more on the continuing discussion on Carp Control.
It is also with sadness that we acknowledge the passing of former C. A. P. member Jack Robertson and our condolences go to his family
Sorry all for the link not working I will repost it as soon I work out the problems
- World Wetlands Day
- Australia’s Ramsar Sites
- Herpes Virus Alternatives – Commercial fishing
- Birds of Prey in the Fleurieu Peninsular – Southern Boobook Owl
- Lakeside Butter Factory – Milang
- Autumn Bird Field Surveys
- Murray – Darling Basin Snapshot
- Report on The Murray – Darling Basin Plan
- GWLAP 20 million Tree project
- Coorong Re-vegetation Project
- Conservation Project – Yampi, WA
- Connections between South Australia’s Flora and Fauna – Mistletoe Bush and Mistletoe bird
Natural Resources SAMDB, GWLAP and Nature Foundation SA would like to thank all those who provided feedback and so much support for the environmental watering project.
All going well, we aim to start the watering this coming Monday 19th February. The pump will run only between 9am and 5pm on weekdays and we expect it will take the week to deliver enough water to inundate the area adjacent Pobby Bonk Point. For those that are also interested in frog monitoring (do you have the FrogSpotter app yet?) we are expecting a great response so listen out for them!
Any issues, questions or concerns please call Kate on 0407793634.