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The Glamorgan Spring Bay Council in partnership with the Dolphin Sands Ratepayers Association (DSRA) has developed an information sheet about the Coast Wattle growing extensively at Dolphin Sands. The brochure has been reviewed and approved by the Tasmanian Fire Service and it is hoped is the first in a series of 'Biodiversity Fact Sheets' the municipality.
The 10 minute tracks runs alongside the Orford Rivulet and gives walkers easy access through the Reserve. We are excited to now have a species list for the Orford Rivulet along with a brochure on the Orford Rivulet Reserve, enabling residents and tourist to fully appreciate this area. Please open the pdf files below and take a look.
'Many thanks to the Orford Community Group for all their work at this reserve'
There are many different habitats for birds within the Glamorgan Spring Bay area. The Municipality includes key sites such as the Moulting Lagoon Ramsar Site and Freycinet National Park and important sandy beaches and islands. Consequently there is a great variety of birds that live in or visit this part of Tasmania. Birds that you are likely to see in the Municipality are included in the list below.
STATUS OF SHOREBIRDS IN GLAMORGAN SPRING BAY
In the warmer months Sandpiper Beach is a popular spot for families as they seek to enjoy the sand, sun and surf. Families of shorebirds also make this beach their home.......