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May 2015 Edition

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In this issue:
Meet our acting executive director
Bridge designed with frogs in mind
Small grant funds tourism venture
Weather doesn't dampen field school.

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Welcome to the acting executive director

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The Authority welcomes Scott Buchanan to the role of acting executive director.
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Cassowary numbers are in

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divider Scientists have completed their cassowary surveys and the findings might surprise you.
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Wet Tropics maps aid dingo research

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divider Wet Tropics vegetation maps have helped a local researcher map dingo populations.
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Weather doesn't dampen field school

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divider After battling wild wind, rain and floods, the Wet Tropics Tour Guide Field School was a huge success.
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New lookout adds wow factor

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divider The QPWS lookout on the Cardwell Range has added some extra wow factor.
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Lemuroid Leaps ahead

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divider Landholders and volunteers rehabilitate land at Rocky Point's 'Lemuroid Leap'.
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Wet Tropics hosts Papuan visitors

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divider The 'Kokoda Initiative' has enabled a Papuan delegation to visit the Wet Tropics.
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Bridge designed with frogs in mind

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divider The new Woobadda Creek Bridge design means a safer crossing for vehicles while protecting frog habitat.
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Wet Tropics Small Grant aids tourism venture

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divider A Wet Tropics Grant has helped Traditional Owners launch a tourism venture.
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Wild Wet Tropics workshops

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divider Wet Tropics wildlife workshops have been popular with local carers.
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Taskforce results encouraging

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divider Around 50 people trekked through rugged terrain to map yellow crazy ant infestations.
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Senator Lazarus visits the Wet Tropics

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divider Wet Tropics staff met with Senator Lazarus during his visit to Far North Queensland.
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New Chair of National Landscapes

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divider Dr Paul Chantrill has been appointed the Chair of Chairs of the National Landscapes Program.
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In this edition

Welcome to the acting executive director
Cassowary numbers are in
Wet Tropics maps aid dingo research
Weather doesn't dampen field school
New lookout adds wow factor
Lemuroid Leaps ahead
Wet Tropics hosts Papuan visitors
Bridge designed with frogs in mind
Wet Tropics Small Grant aids tourism venture
Wild Wet Tropics workshops
Taskforce results encouraging
Senator Lazarus visits the Wet Tropics
New Chair of National Landscapes
Plant identification courses at the Daintree Rainforest Observatory
Global spotlight on participatory modelling
Medal for love of Wet Tropics birds
Kirrama Range Road proves popular
Need to connect with a Wet Tropics researcher?
Wet Tropics Poster Competition
Senator gives support to crazy ant eradication
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Plant identification courses at the Daintree Rainforest Observatory

The Wet Tropics and Tropical Herbarium plant identification courses will be held at the Daintree Rainforest Observatory for the first time.
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Global spotlight on participatory modelling

The spotlight is on the Mandingalbay Yidinji participatory modelling project, featuring in an international newsletter.
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Medal for love of Wet Tropics birds

Passionate bird enthusiast, Lloyd Neilsen, has been awarded the John Hobbs medal.
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Kirrama Range Road proves popular

A whopping 214 vehicles were recorded on the Kirrama Range Road in one day.
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Need to connect with a Wet Tropics researcher?

Need to connect with a researcher in the Wet Tropics? Visit our new researcher directory.
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Wet Tropics Poster Competition

Get your crayons ready - the Wet Tropics primary school poster competition is now open.
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Senator gives support to crazy ant eradication

Senator McGrath visited Wet Tropics yellow crazy ant infestations recently.
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