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    Sky's the limit for conservation volunteer

    The work of a young bird-watching enthusiast has been recognised at the 2016 NSW Northern Regional Volunteer of the Year Awards. Curtis Hayne from Moree has been awarded the NSW Regional Student Volunteer of the Year for his work in bird conservation.

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    Science in action - monitoring the Gwydir River system

    Science played an important role in re-starting the Gwydir and Mehi rivers after a dry spell. In the Gwydir valley, the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage helped to protect native fish and gently restore flows to local waterways.

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    A new perspective on wetlands

    Staff from the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage have captured a series of ‘photospheres’ which provide a 360 degree view of wetlands in the north-west. You can use the on-screen tools to navigate around the wetland or – for a truly immersive experience – try a virtual reality headset instead.

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    Can a bird say 'cheese'?

    A network of remote surveillance cameras is providing new insights into wetland health and animal behaviour in the Gwydir valley.