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Category: Bird watching

Stocktake time!

At the end of each financial year many businesses do their annual stocktake. Winton Wetlands is not so different in some respects: but our annual “stocktake” consists of a whole

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Growth Spurt delivering major benefits

Winton Wetlands is undergoing what has been described as an “ecological growth spurt” following recent heavy rains. Latest counting by staff and volunteers on the wetlands reserve shows wildlife populations,

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Soaring Sea Eagles Spotted!

White-bellied Sea Eagles (WBSE) have been recently circling above Mokoan Ponds and Ashmead’s Swamp. Although this species has been spotted within the reserve in previous years, the WBSE is considered

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Bumper bird count

High water levels around Winton Wetlands have made for a bumper bird count in the latest count performed by members of Bird Life Murray Goulburn. A number of species have

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Straw-necked Ibis

Keep an eye out for Straw-necked Ibis on your next visit to Winton Wetlands. Are they exhibiting breeding behaviour? We’d love to hear from you.

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