Platypus surveys

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Platypus are often seen in the creek

As part of a Group Watch monitoring program run by the Australian Platypus Conservancy, members of the Strath Creek Landcare Group are joined by members of King Parrot Creek Environment Group to survey the King Parrot Creek for platypus and rakali (native water rat) at set locations each year, with results posted on the Focus on Fauna website.

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The dates and times of upcoming surveys are listed in our calendar.

Rapidly retreating rakali

Rapidly retreating rakali

The Strath Creek Landcare Group is a member of the APC’s Friends of the Platypus Group and receives its regular newsletter, Platypus News and Views – the latest edition can be viewed by clicking on  E PNV 75

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