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Dolphin Watch Annual Report 2015 -16

The Dolphin Watch Annual Report 2015 -16 is available online.  

What we know now is that dolphin 'hotspots' in the rivers change with the season!
You can spot dolphins frequently in Melville Water near the Narrows Bridge in autumn and winter.
In contrast, the entrance to the Canning River is used relatively consistently throughout the year.

With eight years of dolphin monitoring under our belt, the Dolphin Watch project is helping scientists to learn more about our resident community of Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins.

Catch up on the discoveries from the research scientists and our team of citizen scientists in the latest Annual Report here.

EVENT FULL - NAIDOC Week Dragonfly Dreaming

We have closed registrations for the NAIDOC week Dragonfly Dreaming event as the event is at capacity. 

Registrants will receive a reminder email soon. 

 

Walk around the rivers!

Trails WA have put together a family-friendly walk (or cycle) around the river. 
The Windam Bridge Loop is an easy 6km and you might even spot a dolphin. 

Follow this link for the map and more details about the trail. 

 

 

Planting at Bandicoot Creek

Bring your gardening gloves and help to reduce nutrients entering the Swan River. There are 5000 native seedlings to be planted at Bandicoot Creek in Caversham. This planting event will be held on Saturday 17 June, 9am - 12noon.
Read the flyer below or visit www.riverguardians.com for more info.

Ten tips to get you out kayaking

The days might be getting cooler but don't forget about your beloved kayak.

Here are 10 tips to get you back paddling on the river.