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Many waterbirds rely on our inland rivers and wetlands for all or part of their life cycle. They can move across large areas of our region in search of suitable habitats which provide the different food types they need to survive.
The WaterbirdTracker Project is a new project that provides a community website for recording waterbird sightings and to highlight the threats that can harm their habitats and their long term survival across the region.
These habitats are the wet places in the landscape that need protection and regular water flows to be in a healthy condition to provide food and nesting places.
Over time, the movement and locations of waterbirds will be better known across the northern region of the Murray-Darling Basin by you taking part.
For further information, visit the full website at www.waterbirdtracker.org.au or contact the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage at E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information visit the full website www.waterbirdtracker.org.au
If you encounter any problems when trying to add new sighting, damage, or control information, please try using the latest Safari, Firefox or Google Chrome browser on your device instead of the default browser.
If you still encounter problems with a new browser, or you have any other difficulties, please contact email@example.com.
The Invasive Animals CRC and NSW Department of Primary Industries in the FeralScan partnership reserves the right to make disclosures to relevant authorities where the use of the listed websites raises a suspicion that an offence is being, or has been, committed. In the event of an investigation, the Invasive Animals CRC and NSW Department of Primary Industries in the FeralScan partnership will provide access to data to any law enforcement agency that may exercise a warrant to inspect our logs.