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Discover our beautiful coast
14 September 2018

Lincoln National Park Rangers are inviting you to family-friendly Beach Detective activities at September Beach as part of the 2018 Nature Play Festival.

Kingfish due back in the bay
12 September 2018

As spring approaches the yellowtail kingfish will soon be making their annual migration into the shallow waters of Coffin Bay. Fishers are reminded of the importance to the kingfish life cycle of the sanctuary zone areas in the bay.

Nature film exposes secrets of the salt marsh
09 September 2018

The launch of a new nature film this week in celebration of Seaweek titled ‘Secrets of the samphire’ is set to highlight the role the often-misunderstood coastal saltmarsh habitats play in supporting local livelihoods and lifestyles, particularly recreational fishing and some of our largest fishing industries.

Community day celebrating geology of Shingle Ridges
03 September 2018

The community is invited to celebrate State Heritage recognition of the Fitzgerald Bay Shingle Ridges at a special event on Saturday, 8 September. The celebration includes the unveiling of two new heritage signs and a geology talk hosted by Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula, in collaboration with Cultana Jenkins Shack Owners Association and the Friends of the Whyalla Conservation Park.

Local marine scientist finalist in SA Science Awards
07 August 2018

Local scientist and Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula Marine Parks Coordinator Dr. Shelley Paull is a finalist in this year’s SA Science Awards.

Secrets of the saltmarsh revealed in new book
30 July 2018

This Science Week, Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula is celebrating Eyre Peninsula’s most salt-loving plants with the launch of a new book Samphires of the Eyre Peninsula and a series of free guided field trips with author and renowned scientist Peri Coleman.

Space for whales
24 July 2018

Winter is upon us and so is whale migration season. The Department for Environment and Water (DEW) is reminding people that while it is exciting to see these majestic creatures, it is important we respect them and keep a safe distance.

Scoping study for Aboriginal Rangers program
23 July 2018

A scoping study highlighting paths and actions for the establishment of an Aboriginal Rangers program across Eyre Peninsula has been completed by Regional Development Australian Whyalla and Eyre Peninsula, for the Eyre Peninsula Natural Resources Management Board.

Adopt a beach
17 June 2018

Eyre Peninsula locals and community groups are stepping up to address the issue of marine debris on local beaches. An analysis of marine debris monitoring information collected by volunteers from the Eyre Peninsula coast over the last ten years reveals our beaches still require the attention.

Attending to sick wild pelicans, Port Lincoln area.
14 June 2018

Wildlife welfare: Natural Resources EP response to sick pelicans, Port Lincoln area.

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