The start of something new…

On Sunday July 19 Adam Munn, a scientist looking at the grazing patterns of different animals in the NSW Rangelands, gave a talk on his findings. It was the first of what is now hoped will be regular annual presentations and or open days, to share important information with the surrounding public and graziers, at Fowlers Gap Research Station.

Menindee Lakes

 

Rippled river bed, Fowlers Gap Research Station

 

Water trail

 

Growth

 

Empty bed

 

Surface

 

Leaves and sky

 

Sunset

 

Afterglow

 

Adam presenting his findings

 

Adam

 

Post talk discussion

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Filed under Australian landscape's 'character', Bringing the project to life, People and the environment, Rangelands (Fowlers Gap), Visuals

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