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River and wetland projects focusing on creating and maintaining healthy river and wetland ecosystems for fish waterbirds and other species.
  • Frogs and other fauna

    Particular species require tailored management strategies to promote breeding and create conditions in which they can thrive.
  • Native and Introduced fish

    Strategies for protecting and rejuvenating native fish species as well as managing introduced pest fish species.
  • Vegetation

    Particular species require tailored management strategies to promote growth and create conditions in which they can thrive.
  • Waterbirds

    Particular species require tailored management strategies to promote breeding and create conditions in which they can thrive.

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    Community groups work to revive cattie numbers

    The future of the endangered native Eel-tail Catfish (Tandanus tandanus) is looking brighter after efforts by the Deniliquin community to reestablish Catfish populations in the Edward-Wakool system. Eel-tail Catfish were once prevalent in the Edward-Wakool river system, but are now considered almost locally extinct. The future of these fish within the Edward-Wakool system has been […]

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    Wetland champions

    The future of the endangered native Eel-tail Catfish (Tandanus tandanus) is looking brighter after efforts by the Deniliquin community to reestablish Catfish populations in the Edward-Wakool system. Eel-tail Catfish were once prevalent in the Edward-Wakool river system, but are now considered almost locally extinct. The future of these fish within the Edward-Wakool system has been […]

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    Fish friendly flows in the central Murray

    The future of the endangered native Eel-tail Catfish (Tandanus tandanus) is looking brighter after efforts by the Deniliquin community to reestablish Catfish populations in the Edward-Wakool system. Eel-tail Catfish were once prevalent in the Edward-Wakool river system, but are now considered almost locally extinct. The future of these fish within the Edward-Wakool system has been […]

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    Supporting river systems: why cross-border watering works

    The future of the endangered native Eel-tail Catfish (Tandanus tandanus) is looking brighter after efforts by the Deniliquin community to reestablish Catfish populations in the Edward-Wakool system. Eel-tail Catfish were once prevalent in the Edward-Wakool river system, but are now considered almost locally extinct. The future of these fish within the Edward-Wakool system has been […]

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    See the 'Top Six Wetland Wonders' of inland NSW

    No time for a road trip? Still craving the great outdoors?
    Then sit back and enjoy our Top Six Wetland Wonders as recommended by people on the ground who are working to restore and protect the rivers and wetlands of inland New South Wales.

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    Fine dining from waterways

    The future of the endangered native Eel-tail Catfish (Tandanus tandanus) is looking brighter after efforts by the Deniliquin community to reestablish Catfish populations in the Edward-Wakool system. Eel-tail Catfish were once prevalent in the Edward-Wakool river system, but are now considered almost locally extinct. The future of these fish within the Edward-Wakool system has been […]

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    Murrumbidgee River Catchment History

    The future of the endangered native Eel-tail Catfish (Tandanus tandanus) is looking brighter after efforts by the Deniliquin community to reestablish Catfish populations in the Edward-Wakool system. Eel-tail Catfish were once prevalent in the Edward-Wakool river system, but are now considered almost locally extinct. The future of these fish within the Edward-Wakool system has been […]

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    Goulburn River Stories - Bluenose, Slimeys and Cod...

    The future of the endangered native Eel-tail Catfish (Tandanus tandanus) is looking brighter after efforts by the Deniliquin community to reestablish Catfish populations in the Edward-Wakool system. Eel-tail Catfish were once prevalent in the Edward-Wakool river system, but are now considered almost locally extinct. The future of these fish within the Edward-Wakool system has been […]

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    Rivers of Carbon: Goulburn District Linkages

    The future of the endangered native Eel-tail Catfish (Tandanus tandanus) is looking brighter after efforts by the Deniliquin community to reestablish Catfish populations in the Edward-Wakool system. Eel-tail Catfish were once prevalent in the Edward-Wakool river system, but are now considered almost locally extinct. The future of these fish within the Edward-Wakool system has been […]

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    Rivers of Carbon: Breadalbane Biodiversity Linkages

    The future of the endangered native Eel-tail Catfish (Tandanus tandanus) is looking brighter after efforts by the Deniliquin community to reestablish Catfish populations in the Edward-Wakool system. Eel-tail Catfish were once prevalent in the Edward-Wakool river system, but are now considered almost locally extinct. The future of these fish within the Edward-Wakool system has been […]