Month: March 2019

Water Hyacinth – Choking our Waterways

Water Hyacinth – Choking our Waterways

Native to South America, floating water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) is a declared pest in Western Australia. It may look innocent, but it has become one of the most invasive weeds within our Peel-Harvey waterways. This species is considered to be a food source in...
Shorebird ID

Shorebird ID

Every year we host the Shorebird Identification Workshop in January, this year was the 11th Workshop PHCC has run. The workshop was conducted over two days and involved a mix of classroom learning and excursions to the Peel-Yalgorup wetland system (Ramsar 482) to...
Say Goodbye to the Waders

Say Goodbye to the Waders

It’s that time again when the migratory shorebirds, otherwise known as waders,  begin their gruelling migratory journey north to the Arctic. The shorebirds will fly along the East-Asian Australasian Flyway to the Northern hemisphere stopping in Singapore, the...

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