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Camel herd monitoring

The data from the monitoring program for the DCQ camel heard is due to be released in April and so monitoring has recommenced now that it’s drying out a bit. The camels still have their tags tracking their movement and the heat map shows how they favour some areas of...

New spring arrivals

We have been lucky enough to undertake the final monitoring on a very special project area north of Aramac. Conceived and funded by the Queensland Government under the Natural Resources Investment Program the aspirational aim was for DCQ to develop and undertake works...

A DRIVE-BY GALLERY

The wattles, the crowning glory of native flowers, have already started putting on a show throughout the Desert Uplands – all that sandy red country between Barcaldine, Tambo, Alpha and Torrens Creek. There are nearly 1000 different species of wattle spread from...

Emerging Springs – Highlights

Emerging Springs – Highlights < Back to All Projects Further info Click here to Subscribe to our Youtube channel: www.youtube.com/subscription_center?a… LIKE us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Desert-Channels-Group/ Current management and research...

EDGBASTON GOBY MAKING A COMEBACK

Students from the Aramac State School got to build on their class learning program with a field visit to the property Ravenswood, near Aramac. Here, a rare and threatened species, the Edgbaston Goby is making a comeback thanks to a new wetland built with funding from...