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Double-banded plover calls Tolderol home over winter
13 June 2019

Tolderol Game Reserve wetland plays host to numerous water birds during winter with one bird, the double-banded plover migrating from New Zealand, to spend the winter months here.

How long-lived vegetation monitoring guides wetland management
13 June 2019

Have you ever wondered how wetland managers use monitoring to guide the delivery of precious water for the environment and develop wetland wetting and drying cycles?

Wet weather closes Riverland parks
12 June 2019

All roads and trails in Riverland national parks and reserves are closed to the public due to wet weather.

Bookmark this! A local creek filled with potential
06 June 2019

During autumn fish monitoring, Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin (SAMDB) staff and volunteers found 95% of the fish in Bookmark Creek were native, with very few introduced fish caught.

Wildlife welcomes wetland water
06 June 2019

Photo monitoring along the River Murray has captured local wildlife flourishing across the Riverland floodplains.

Is your darter secure? Improving waterbird habitat in Bookmark Creek
06 June 2019

An unusual occurrence happened recently when Natural Resources SAMDB floodplains and wetlands team were monitoring photopoint images.

Ag knowledge grants providing genuine support
04 June 2019

Support has been provided to 26 successful applicants from agricultural and horticultural groups in the SA Murray-Darling Basin region as part of the previous Agricultural Knowledge Small Grants program.

Why it’s important to give wetlands a drink
28 May 2019

Wetlands are a crucial part of the Riverland’s natural landscape, and just like you and I, they need water to stay alive.

Did you know…It’s World Turtle Day?
23 May 2019

World Turtle Day encourages us think about turtles, who like crocodiles, first appeared during the time of the dinosaurs, over 200 million years ago. Previously they have been an incredibly successful species, thriving while many other species, including the dinosaurs, perished.

NRM Agricultural Knowledge Small Grants 2019-2020 now open
21 May 2019

The South Australia Murray-Darling Basin Natural Resources Management (SAMDB NRM) Board NRM Agricultural Knowledge Small grants are now open.

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