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Curdies and Gellibrand Estuary Management Plans

The Corangamite CMA has prepared Estuary Management Plans (EMPs) for two iconic estuaries in the region’s southwest – the Curdies and Gellibrand. Through a collaborative process and with the support of a working Group of stakeholders that included agency representatives and local landholders, the management plans are now ready for implementation. 128 more words

Coasts And Marine

Northern Birds at the Cowichan Bay Estuary

A couple of weeks ago, I went up to Cowichan Bay and spent some time around the water, one of my favourite spots for watching birds. 538 more words

Birds

Regal Eagle at the Deli

Sometimes when I drive by this tree at the side of the estuary, it is loaded with bald eagles, decorating it like so many Christmas tree ornaments. 172 more words

Animals

Kuala Sepetang

Behind the scene

I have fond memories of Kuala Sepetang, a place where I was first introduced to fireflies. It was also my very first independent fieldwork experience. 572 more words

Firefly

Snape Estuary

I had some left over paint, so I found an old holiday photo and experimented.

Art

DOOMED PROGRESS - THE CHESAPEAKE BAY HYDRAULIC MODEL

The Chesapeake Bay Hydraulic Model, envisioned, designed, and constructed by the Army Corps of Engineers in the late 1970’s, was created to replicate the fluid dynamics of the Chesapeake Bay, one of the world’s largest and most complex estuaries. 982 more words

History

A day at the estuary – waders and kingfisher

The sun graced the fine autumn day as I looked out upon the estuary. The tide was already rising fast and the water rippled steadily over the mudflats covering the wader bird buffet. 608 more words

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