All posts tagged "Arthur Rylah Institute"

  • Plight of the Spotted Tree Frog

    The Spotted tree frog story is one which is sadly now very common in Australia. Once found right throughout the slopes of the Great Dividing Range of Victoria and NSW, these little guys are now barely clinging on to...

  • Translocating River Blackfish in the Tarwin River Catchment

    By Renae Ayres, Arthur Rylah Institute Ask a recreational fisher which fish species they most prefer to catch in rivers and common responses are Trout, Murray Cod, Estuary Perch . . . but what about the humble River Blackfish?...

  • Electrofishing: a great research tool!

    By Renae Ayres, Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research We use a range of study tools to understand fish populations; how they function, how they respond to impacts, and how they respond to our efforts to help improve them. One...

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