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Latest survey identifies decline in vulnerable goose numbers

The results of the first aerial survey of the protected Cape Barren Goose in 20 years has returned disappointing results for the rare bird.

ROI opens for new $10 million KI parks visitor hub

The SA Government is looking to explore partnership opportunities with new organisations to maximise visitor and research offerings at the new $10 million Western KI Parks Visitor Hub on Kangaroo Island, with a ROI opportunity now open.

Wildflowers bloom on Yorke Peninsula

The SA Government is looking to explore partnership opportunities with new organisations to maximise visitor and research offerings at the new $10 million Western KI Parks Visitor Hub on Kangaroo Island, with a ROI opportunity now open.

Kangaroo survey takes to the sky

South Australia’s south-eastern kangaroo populations will be surveyed with a light aircraft taking to the sky for the second part of the state-wide kangaroo survey for this year.

Works start at newly created Nilpena Ediacara National Park

Construction is underway at South Australia’s newest national park, to create a spectacular new $3.3 million fossil experience in the northern Flinders Ranges.

Scarecrow competition a major strawcard at Adelaide Botanic Garden this month

Hay, have you heard? A bundle of scarecrows will be making their way to Adelaide Botanic Garden in a popular competition that cultivates kid’s creativity.

Watch out for snakes

Warmer spring days sees South Australia’s snakes slither out from their winter sleep, signalling the start of snake breeding season. The Department for Environment and Water is advising everyone to be increasingly aware in both regional and urban areas.

O’Sullivan Beach confirmed for second metro shellfish reef

O’Sullivan Beach has been chosen as the location for Adelaide’s second metropolitan native shellfish reef.

New hope for Cherry Gardens bushfire threatened species

A number of South Australia’s threatened species will be tracked over the next three years following the January 2021 Cherry Gardens bushfire.

Kangaroo survey takes to the sky

South Australia’s southern kangaroo populations will be surveyed with a light aircraft taking to the sky for the second part of the state-wide kangaroo survey for this year.

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