Environment SA News
Have your say on Barossa Water Security Strategy
Community members are encouraged to have their say on a draft Barossa Water Security Strategy aimed at supporting the region to adapt to a changing climate and increasing demands for water.
Become a citizen scientist and help save our endangered Australian sea lions
Budding South Australian citizen scientists are encouraged to help the National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) to help save our endangered Australia sea lions by logging into the Sea lion Spotter portal as part of a data blitz.
Riverland community to celebrate success of floodplain infrastructure program
A function is being held at the Berri Rowing Club this Saturday to celebrate the South Australian Riverland Floodplains Integrated Infrastructure Program – or SARFIIP - as it wraps up after ten years.
Native fish survey nets large scale finding at Bookmark Creek
In further evidence of ecological improvements at Bookmark Creek in South Australia’s Riverland, ecologists have found juvenile golden perch and freshwater catfish in the area.
First sea lion pup of breeding season born on Mother’s Day on KI
The first newborn Australian sea lion pup of the season was born at Seal Bay on Mother’s Day, signalling the start of the winter breeding season for the endangered marine mammal.
Ultrasonic sound recorders detect bat species hanging out at Chowilla
High-tech acoustic recording devices sound like something you’d see secret agents using in a spy movie.
Join the flock for the world’s biggest bird watching event
Dust off your binoculars, South Australia is gearing up to take part in the world’s largest bird watching event on May 14.