Swamps, Rivers & Ranges Inc.
“Working alongside community to improve the health of landscapes”
Swamps, Rivers and Ranges (SRR) is a community driven landscape restoration group.
SRR exists to make positive contributions to enhancing the natural environment of our region, filling strategic gaps and applying a long term perspective at a broad landscape scale.
- Navigating climate change in North- East Landscapes
- Bushfire Recovery project field day
- Warby's Spring bird surveys
This was a fantastic and constructive forum for practical actions to help our region adapt and keep delivering what we value into the future of a changing climate
We continue to collate the feedback, thoughts and ideas from the day and the presentations can be viewed in our resources section.
This event is supported by NRCL, NECMA, DELWP and the Rural City of Wangaratta
Field days may be focussed on camera changes, spotlighting or bird surveys.These field days and timing is subject to change depending on weather so please RSVP via email@example.com
Join us on the 14th of November as we survey sites within the Warby Ovens National Park. We will be conducting bird surveys with opportunities for experienced Bird survey volunteers or those new to bird surveys and wanting to get involved.
This event may be subject to change due to weather and covid restrictions however you can register your interest to attend by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Bushfire recovery program continues
This project involving field days, bird surveys and the use of field cameras has many opportunities to get involved. Stay tuned for upcoming opportunities or contact us to register your interest.
Spring is officially here
Swamps, Rivers & Ranges spring bird surveys are conducted throughout November. Contact us to find out how you can get involved.
Navigating climate change in North-East landscapes
The forum was held on August 27th with an excellent collaboration and sharing of ideas, thoughts and resources. See our resources tab for more.
Partners & Support
We are proudly supported by the Wettenhall Environment Trust.