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Seen a drunken kangaroo lately?

Kangaroos can develop chronic phalaris toxicity, or ‘staggers’ as it is commonly referred to in sheep, which causes neurological damage in animals that have eaten Phalaris grasses (also known as

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World Wetlands Day this Friday!

Statement by Dr Musonda Mumba, Secretary General of the Convention on Wetlands on the occasion of World Wetlands Day, 2 February 2024 Wetlands and people are life interlaced. Wetlands are

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National Science Week

Did you know that the conservation and restoration activity that goes on at Winton Wetlands is actually part of a branch of science known as wetland science? That’s something to

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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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