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    Faster flows trigger fish breeding frenzy

    Frisky fish have taken advantage of a river pulse to spawn in the waters of the Murray River. Both sides of the border are likely to see the benefits as the next generation of native fish grow and migrate.

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    Landholders protect endangered frog

    Endangered frogs can thank landholders for their survival in far south-west NSW. Just a few kilometres from the South Australian border, on the Murray River, two landholders are managing their wetlands specifically for the protection of the southern bell frog.

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    Norman's Lagoon, East Albury

    Close to the heart of Albury, Norman’s Lagoon is a billabong on the Murray River floodplain which once contained clear water, high-quality diverse aquatic vegetation and significant native fish populations. The 2001-2009 drought caused a decline in the health of the Lagoon, however, a recent partnership between AlburyCity and Murray LLS has focused attention on the wetland’s restoration, a major priority for biodiversity conservation in the Albury area.

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    Native Dog Swamp: where cattle droving and bird watching meet

    Frisky fish have taken advantage of a river pulse to spawn in the waters of the Murray River. A small, fast flowing event took place in October, designed by the NSW Department of Primary Industries (Fisheries) and Victoria’s Arthur Rylah Institute, to support native fish breeding. And it appears to have been a success. Monitoring has […]

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    Carp pushing up daisies in the mid-Murray

    Carp numbers in the mid-Murray region have taken a hit with 30 tonnes of the introduced pest removed from Moira Lake this winter (2015). The carp are destined to become fertiliser, leaving native fish in the system to enjoy reduced competition for food and habitat.

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    Water at work…

    From their cool, quiet hiding places on the banks of Speewa Creek, three frog species have emerged after environmental water revived their wetland habitat. An environmental flow of 500 megalitres was delivered to the creek, north of Swan Hill, in June 2014.

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    Monitoring responses to environmental water delivery in the Edward-Wakool River System

    Frisky fish have taken advantage of a river pulse to spawn in the waters of the Murray River. A small, fast flowing event took place in October, designed by the NSW Department of Primary Industries (Fisheries) and Victoria’s Arthur Rylah Institute, to support native fish breeding. And it appears to have been a success. Monitoring has […]

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    Willow and blackberry control in the Tumbarumba and Mannus Creek catchments

    Frisky fish have taken advantage of a river pulse to spawn in the waters of the Murray River. A small, fast flowing event took place in October, designed by the NSW Department of Primary Industries (Fisheries) and Victoria’s Arthur Rylah Institute, to support native fish breeding. And it appears to have been a success. Monitoring has […]

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    Promoting healthy ecosystems and communities in the Billabong-Yanco region

    Frisky fish have taken advantage of a river pulse to spawn in the waters of the Murray River. A small, fast flowing event took place in October, designed by the NSW Department of Primary Industries (Fisheries) and Victoria’s Arthur Rylah Institute, to support native fish breeding. And it appears to have been a success. Monitoring has […]

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    Helping Threatened Frogs in the Murray region

    Frisky fish have taken advantage of a river pulse to spawn in the waters of the Murray River. A small, fast flowing event took place in October, designed by the NSW Department of Primary Industries (Fisheries) and Victoria’s Arthur Rylah Institute, to support native fish breeding. And it appears to have been a success. Monitoring has […]