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    Regent Parrot reigns again

    Vic Hughes explains how environmental water at Hattah Lakes is helping a threatened species, the Regent Parrot. In November 2016, the ABC reported that 1600 Regent Parrots had been sighted in just two hours in north-west Victoria. This was extraordinary, as the beautiful Regent Parrot is a threatened species in eastern Australia and before this […]

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    A day in the life of a MuDFReaCk

    Ever wondered how freshwater scientists go about their work? Staff at the Murray-Darling Freshwater Research Centre’s (MDFRC) Mildura Laboratory work in a number of different areas, including fish ecology, vegetation ecology, monitoring, geographic information systems and remote sensing. MDFRC generates knowledge to aid in the protection and improvement of the health of rivers, floodplains, wetlands and […]

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    Protecting the Murray Hardyhead

    Over half of the 46 fish species native to the Murray-Darling Basin are known to be rare, threatened or of conservation concern. Combining the use of environmental water and ecological knowledge is helping to protect and rehabilitate vulnerable fish populations. Murray hardyhead (Craterocephalus fluviatilis) are small-bodied native fish endemic to the lowland floodplains of the […]