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Another in our webinar series - exploring Plirding - picking up litter while birding. Webinar - Plirding! - 6th September 2021
Another in our webinar series - exploring Plirding - picking up litter while birding.
Discover the story of the restoration of Merri Creek. Webinar - From weed infested drain to bushland haven - 2nd August 2021
Discover the story of the restoration of Merri Creek.
Platypus DNA in the Merri Creek Platypus in the Merri Creek - 4th May 2021
Platypus DNA in the Merri Creek
Latest report from Ann McGregor, Merri BirdWatch Coordinator Birds Along the Merri in True Spring - 27th April 2021
Latest report from Ann McGregor, Merri BirdWatch Coordinator
 'Do we have a Prickly Pear problem on the Merri Creek?' Prickly Pears, a problem? - 19th April 2021
'Do we have a Prickly Pear problem on the Merri Creek?'
Hanna Swamp, a wetland just south of Wallan Hanna Swamp - 16th March 2021
Hanna Swamp, a wetland just south of Wallan
The trouble with Indian Mynas
The trouble with Indian Mynas - 10th February 2021
The trouble with Indian Mynas
An active Friends group is working at Edwardes Lake. Welcome to the Friends of Edwardes Lake - 22nd January 2021
An active Friends group is working at Edwardes Lake.
Join the Yarra Council for a webinar on the Powerful owls in Yarra. Powerful owls in Yarra - 3rd November 2020
Join the Yarra Council for a webinar on the Powerful owls in Yarra.
Whittlesea Grasslands webinar
Celebrating National Threatened Species Day.
You can watch our webinar "At home in Whittlesea’s Grasslands" with Michael Longmore, manager of MCMC’s Ecological Restoration Program, and Josh Cox, the Director of Reptile Encounters. Whittlesea Grasslands webinar - 23rd September 2020
Whittlesea Grasslands webinar Celebrating National Threatened Species Day. You can watch our webinar "At home in Whittlesea’s Grasslands" with Michael Longmore, manager of MCMC’s Ecological Restoration Program, and Josh Cox, the Director of Reptile Encounters.


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