We’re very excited to announce our long-awaited Dynamic Lagoons colouring book! It’s part story book, part colouring book, part field guide, a little window into the amazing world of threatened upland wetlands on the New England Tablelands. This book has been a long time in planning. To create our vision, we collaborated with renowned natural … Continue reading It’s here! Our Dynamic Lagoons Colouring Book is available
We have an exciting announcement here at Dynamic Lagoons! We have installed public photo point stations at two lagoons: Little Llangothlin Reserve near Guyra and Dangars Lagoon near Uralla. How do they work? The photo points are a metal stand designed to hold a smartphone, with an opening for the camera shutter. Anyone can visit … Continue reading Help us monitor dynamic lagoons
Wyanbah is a special lagoon as it is the only Lagoon without any major modifications. Almost all other known lagoons have multiple forms of modification, most commonly drains or dams. Wyanbah has neither. It is also surrounded by some good quality remnant listed endangered tablelands montane woodlands. What is also special about Wyanbah is that … Continue reading Wyanbah Lagoon
We are really excited to get started on our new Saving Our Species project focused on restoring upland wetlands in the New England bioregion. The NSW Government funds the statewide Saving our Species program, which aims to protect threatened species across the state. But it’s not just species that are at risk. Ecological communities, which … Continue reading What are Dynamic Lagoons?