Coongie Wetland Wonders
Feral animal control and removal of invasive weed species to improve conservation outcomes for threatened plants and animals is a significant component of the five-year Coongie Wetland Wonders project.
Work will also be done to improve understanding of the extent and condition of the region's natural values and develop a strategic adaptive management approach through the Lake Eyre Basin Partnership.
Read more about the Coongie Wetland Wonders project in the Fact Sheet or in the Across the Outback editions listed below.
April 2019 - Wetland Wonders, Page 6.
October 2019 - Plotting to find native animals, Page 10; Rare rewards for Coongie volunteers, Page 19
December 2019 - Feral herbivore cull in the Channel Country
April 2020 - Creature feature - Night Parrot, Page 22
October 2020 - Birds take flight to Coongie, Page 7
April 2021 - Pigs trapped at Innamincka Regional Reserve, Page 20
July 2021 - Profiling for protection
October 2021 - Pest control improves Coongie conservation, Page 7
December 2021 - Getting on top of a pig issues; Rains a boost for Coongie flora and fauna.
April 2022 - Fish in a flap at Coongie, Page 5
- Track Plot and Rangeland Assessment Method Surveys within the Coongie Ramsar
Site,Report by Cat Lynch, 2022.