Monthly Archives: March 2019

Andy Booth

Seacombe Landing habitat restoration underway

More than 1,500 indigenous trees and shrubs have been planted and tree guards placed around the larger plants to protect them from deer and rabbits at Seacombe Landing.  These restoration works have been funded by the Victorian State Government through the Gippsland Lakes Coordinating Committee (GLCC). The works are part of a suite of new

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Our Pelicans need you

The second annual Gippsland Lakes Great Pelican Count will be held at 11.30am to 12noon on Sunday, 7 April and locations all around the Gippsland Lakes. According to Deb Sullivan, Birdlife Australia Project Officer in East Gippsland nearly 150 people participated in Victoria’s first Great Pelican Count in April 2018. “We’re hoping our 2019 count

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