fbpx

Look up, it’s migration time
Although international travel is off the cards for us,
migratory birds in the region are preparing for their long-haul
flight back to the northern hemisphere. Sites popular for
migratory birds are the fringing wetlands of Jones Bay,
near Paynesville, and near Sale: Dowd Morass, Heart Morass
and the Sale Common

Read More
Giving Gippsland Lakes dolphins space
Seeing Burrunan dolphins jumping and flipping is a joy of visiting
and boating on the Gippsland Lakes. But don't get too close.
Become dolphin savvy this summer and pick up a copy of the guide
to safe boating at visitor information centres and boat-based
businesses around the Gippsland Lakes.

Read More
Be on the lookout for Northern Pacific Seastars
After four years since its first sighting, voracious predator
the Northern Pacific seastar has been found in the Gippsland Lakes
by a community member prawning at Wattle Point.

Read More


 

SoW-banner2-01

Latest News

The Great Pelican Count wraps up for another year

More than 100 people across 81 locations, took part in the Gippsland Lakes Great Pelican Count on Sunday, 18 April.   BirdLife Australia Project Coordinator, Deb Sullivan said weather had delayed the count…

Look up, it’s migration time

Although international travel is off the cards for us, migratory birds in the region are preparing for their long-haul flight back to the northern hemisphere.  Project Officer for Birdlife Australia…