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  • Farm dam to farm wetland: 2
    This is the second of our demonstration videos. It features the transformation of an un-fenced, shallow dam at Warrenbayne. This video is part of the Farm Dams for threatened Woodlands project, delivered by the Strathbogie Ranges CMN in 2012-14 and was supported by the Victorian Government. The project overview can be found here.
  • Grassland Walk
    Big, flat and beautiful in its own special way, Balmattum Grassland provides an excellent 6km walk.
  • Farm dam to farm wetland: 1
    It’s mid September and Spring appears to have well and truly arrived. A bit more rain will be nice, but with rainfall sitting at about average for this time (at least on the Tableland), most farm dams and wetlands have ample water. Some farm dams provide stock and domestic water, as well as wildlife habitat. […]
  • Creatures of habit
    Sometimes you get nothing but waving grass, or leaves gently blowing in the wind. Strong shadows in bright sunshine can also trigger a trail camera, as the sharp edges of a shadow trigger the movement sensor. Other times, it turns out just right and you catch a glimpse of that elusive animal you were hoping […]

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