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    Helping fish thrive through the wet and the dry

    Author: Dr Matthew Coleman, MDBA General Manager Science and Evaluation This year, helping to sustain native fish populations will be a priority for water planners and environmental water holders. The Murray–Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) has released its recommendations on how water for the environment should be used so that it best meets the needs of […]

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    Discovering threatened species in the Billabong Yanco region

    Author: Dr Matthew Coleman, MDBA General Manager Science and Evaluation This year, helping to sustain native fish populations will be a priority for water planners and environmental water holders. The Murray–Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) has released its recommendations on how water for the environment should be used so that it best meets the needs of […]

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    Blackberry under the gun in the Central Murray district

    Author: Dr Matthew Coleman, MDBA General Manager Science and Evaluation This year, helping to sustain native fish populations will be a priority for water planners and environmental water holders. The Murray–Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) has released its recommendations on how water for the environment should be used so that it best meets the needs of […]

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    Flows through our land

    Author: Dr Matthew Coleman, MDBA General Manager Science and Evaluation This year, helping to sustain native fish populations will be a priority for water planners and environmental water holders. The Murray–Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) has released its recommendations on how water for the environment should be used so that it best meets the needs of […]

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    Wetland champions

    Author: Dr Matthew Coleman, MDBA General Manager Science and Evaluation This year, helping to sustain native fish populations will be a priority for water planners and environmental water holders. The Murray–Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) has released its recommendations on how water for the environment should be used so that it best meets the needs of […]

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    Good advice from anglers

    Author: Dr Matthew Coleman, MDBA General Manager Science and Evaluation This year, helping to sustain native fish populations will be a priority for water planners and environmental water holders. The Murray–Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) has released its recommendations on how water for the environment should be used so that it best meets the needs of […]

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    Bottle Bend bouncing back

    Habitat is bouncing back to health at Bottle Bend thanks to the latest watering event. Native plants, birds and frogs are making the most of the conditions.

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    Bush birds respond to environmental water in Murray

    There’s fresh hope for woodland bird populations thanks to environmental water. The latest research, focusing on wetlands in southern NSW, shows that woodland birds are responding to environmental water by feeding and – most importantly – breeding in nearby bushland.

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    Rare grassland at home in southern NSW

    In the Barmah-Millewa Forest you’ll find a distinctive grassy wetland known locally as the Moira grass plains. The NSW Office of Environment and Heritage is managing the latest delivery of environmental water to allow the distinctive grass to grow before setting seed over summer.

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    Bitterns boom in border wetlands

    Bitterns are booming in wetlands along the Murray River. Scientists estimate upwards of 200 Australasian bitterns are currently nesting in the Barmah-Millewa forest, enjoying the benefits of environmental water.