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One of the biggest problems for addressing the falling numbers of rare and endangered braided river birds, is the lack of resources to locate them. Unless we know where they are, it’s impossible to implement management plans to protect them. The new Braided River Partnerships Project is designed to overcome this, by enlisting river users to become citizen scientists.
The first organisation involved in this new project is Clarence River Rafting. Thanks to Julia Stace, Shelley & Wolf Heiss-Dunlop, Chris & Kath Taylor, Lesley Topping, Michael Stace, and Clarence River Rafting guides Clinton, George & Libby, we now have out first data from the river! Well done, everyone! We’re looking forward to working with you in the future.