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Lucky students share discoveries on Bush Blitz

December 6, 2016 by Bush Blitz
Eight lucky year 10 and 11 students from the Methodist Ladies College in Melbourne, spent a day and a night discovering the hidden wonders of Croajingolong National Parks' World Heritage. Thanks to the Methodist Ladies College, Bush Blitz has been able to locate…
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Amazing images from Mallacoota Bush Blitz courtesy of Museum Victoria

November 22, 2016 by Bush Blitz
While the scientists would stumble into basecamp with collecting jars over flowing with specimens and crawl gratefully into bed, David Paul, official photographer of the Museum Victoria, would work into the wee hours of the morning photographing the dazzling array of creatures…
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A great turn out for the Mallacoota Bush Blitz Community Day

November 16, 2016 by Bush Blitz
Over 150 people converged on the small seaside town of Mallacoota in east Gippsland last Sunday for the Bush Blitz Community Day. Budding naturalists of all ages enjoyed learning about the terrestrial and marine life that inhabits this wonderful little…
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Camp stories from Wingan Inlet

November 14, 2016 by Bush Blitz
Day 1 Two thirds of the way through my first Bush Blitz and I can thoroughly recommend the experience. Helping the scientists to collect, identify and voucher as many specimens as possible is incredible. The standout for me so far…
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Bush Blitz dives deep in Mallacoota

November 12, 2016 by Bush Blitz
The Bush Blitz aquatic team has been diving deep around Gabo Island just off the coast of Mallacoota bringing back some amazing images of creatures great and small. [Best_Wordpress_Gallery id="47" gal_title="Gabo Island"]  
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Blitzing the jewel of the south – Croajingalong National Park, Victoria

November 10, 2016 by Bush Blitz
The Bush Blitz team is off into the field again, this time base camp is located in the beautiful seaside town of Mallacoota in the heart of the Croajingalong National Park. Over the next 7 days scientists from Museum Victoria, the…
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