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Warringal Conservation Society

We have been campaigning against the North East Link for two years. Whereas we have not overturned it we have gained a lot of respect for our commitment and local knowledge. The project is now reaching a critical point with...

As the 2019 duck season began on Saturday 16 March, WCS members joined the main team of rescuers in Kerang where large numbers of threatened species were taking sanctuary on the wetlands that were still holding water. Fortunately, groups including...

On June 3rd, on behalf of Friends of Leadbeater’s Possum, Environment Justice Australia is taking VicForests to Federal Court to help save the critically endangered Leadbeater’s Possum and the threatened Greater Glider from extinction. Despite being protected under federal environment...

WCS Committee members recently met with Banyule City Council Officers from the Environment and Parks areas.
We discussed plans for management of the reserve including location and types of revegetation, nest boxes, management of feral pests and weeds, and pathways...

Although it was hot and it was hard work – especially in waders – around 20 people joined us for Clean up Australia Day. We cleaned up 100s of plastic bottles and bags, tennis balls, a couple of plastic kids...

Each summer the migratory waders, Latham’s Snipe, migrate south from their breeding grounds in Japan to spend the summer in southern Australia. A few regularly select the reed beds and swamp at Banyule Flats and this year is no exception.