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Nature Parks Board Update – February 2023

The Phillip Island Nature Parks’ Board met on the 28 February 2023 on Phillip Island.

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International Seal Day

Thousands of fur seals around Phillip Island have just been counted as part of a five yearly census to determine the health of the population.

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Know Your Nature Parks - Autumn

As we head into Autumn the breeding season comes to an end on Millowl (Phillip Island) and it’s time for many of our species to prepare for migration.

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Australian first sailing drone ready to explore penguin feeding grounds

Researchers at Phillip Island Nature Parks will have a clear picture of the underwater world of the Little Penguin, thanks to a new, high-tech, sailing drone on loan from the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), which will help map the penguin foraging grounds for the first time.

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Funding to help improve breeding success of endangered Fairy Tern seabirds

Phillip Island Nature Parks will embark on a $200,000 conservation project to support the recovery of the Critically Endangered Fairy Tern seabird population around Phillip Island.

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Resilience and recovery highlights of Nature Parks’ Annual Report

Phillip Island Nature Parks’ Annual Report 2021-22 has been released, telling the story of recovery and resilience as the organisation continues to re-build following the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Community warned to avoid coastal cliffs this summer

Phillip Island Nature Parks has issued a timely warning for residents and visitors about the risk of rockfalls from fragile cliffs along the island’s southern beaches this summer.

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Everyone encouraged to share our shores this summer

School children are being encouraged to showcase their artistic flair as part of a creative community collaboration to foster respect for the Phillip Island’s beaches and wildlife this summer.

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Phillip Island Koala Colony Passes Medical Check

Phillip Island Nature Parks’ rangers have conducted annual medical checks on their koala colony and given them a clean bill of health.

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Record breaking little penguins do it again

Phillip Island’s Little Penguins have set their second record in five months, with 5440 birds waddling up the beach on Saturday night.

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