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This site provides information about the natural environment of northern Victoria and southern NSW.

The site is divided into 10 sections, each of which looks at a different area.

Many links have not been checked since January 2010. Links to Echuca Moama Landcare Group's site (e.g. plant pages) may not work as their site (and their web host) may be offline.

One section is the site of the BirdLife Echuca District. Like some other sections, the birding section has its own sub-index. These pages are often revised.

The copyright of photographs appearing on pages of this site remains with the photographers.

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Northern Victoria
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outhern Riverina

CONSERVATION and ENVIRONMENT
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Kamarooka
A
track through the Whipstick by Keith Stockwell

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~ C o n t e n t s ~

arrowConservation news, opinions and issues - no longer maintained
spConservation Issues and Opinions
spspShould Barmah-Millewa be a National Park?
spspGlobal warming
spspDoes Australia need more people?
spspDoes wattle cause hay fever?
spReviews of conservation and bird books

arrowBushwalking in northern Victoria and the southern Riverina

arrowBirding
spBirding section site map
spHome page of BirdLife Echuca District
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Articles by members of BirdLife Echuca District
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Articles by members of BirdLife echuca Districgt page 2 (older articles)
spaceBirding guides and books about Australian birds (reviews)
spaceBirding Crosssword Puzzles
spBirding site guides: Barmah l Deniliquin l Echuca-Moama l Gunbower Island l Gulpa Creek l Kamarooka l spspspKanyapella and Wyuna l Perricoota l Terrick Terrick NP l
spDistrict birding spots (modified html summary of the above pdf birding site guides)
spaceDistrict Reserves and Parks (links to park section below)
spBirds of Echuca District: photo gallery

spBirds of Echuca District: photo gallery (page 2)
spBirding in Kamarooka Forest with Peter Allan
spNotes on particular bird species
spForthcoming regional bird outings
spRegional Bird List (pdf)
spaceReports of outings

arrow Indigenous plants of northern Victoria and southern Riverina
spaceList of indigenous plants suitable for cultivation
spaceTop 10 indigenous plants for plantations and for garden cultivation
spaceIndigenous plant tour around Moama
spaceNative Plant Books
spaceWhipstick Plants
spaceWeeds

arrow Sustainable Gardening in northern Victoria and southern Riverina
spaceGardening hints: composting, mulching, watering, garden design, etc

arrowAustralian landscapes ~ a photo gallery

arrowBushland reserves of northern Victoria and southern Riverina
spaceAnnotated list of regional bushland reserves
spaceBarmah-Millewa Forest
spaceGreater Bendigo National Park
spaceGunbower-Koondrook-Perricoota Forest
spaceHeathcote-Graytown National Park
spaceLower Goulburn River National Park
spaceKanyapella Basin
spMurray River Park (Victoria)
spaceTerrick Terrick National Park
spaceWarby Range - Ovens River National Park

arrowIndigenous animals of northern Victoria and southern Riverina

arrowShort true bush stories

arrowLinks to Other Conservation Sites

 

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Moira Reeds Redgum
Photographs on this page by K Stockwell

 

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Northern Victoria & Southern Riverina Conservation and Environment Site

 Section 1: Conservation news  Section 5: Bush photographs
 Section 2: Bushwalking  Section 6: Bushland reserves
 Section 3: Birding   Section 7: Indigenous animals
 Section 4: Indigenous plants  Section 8: Conservation Links

Click here for the Echuca Landcare Group's

Click here for Echuca and District BOCA home page

Click here for the Echuca-Moama Tourism site
(accommodation, commercial tours, restaurants, etc)

Site created 1996. This page redesigned and revised January 2010 by Keith Stockwell. Gardening section added June 2010. Copyright Keith Stockwell. Please email comments, requests and enquiries to stocky at mcmedia dot com.au