Black-winged Stilts feeding in mudflats in the Peel-Harvey Estuary. Photo Credit: David Rennie.
(INTERNAL RIGHTS & WEB: CREDIT REQUIRED) The Murray river flows along Ned’s Corner in Northwest Victoria, Australia. Ned’s Corner, a former sheep station and the largest freehold property in Victoria, was aquired by the Trust for Nature with the assistance of The Nature Conservancy and the RE Ross Trust. The property is a mosaic of rare landforms and threatened ecosystems, including black box
woodlands, wetlands and alluvial shrublands. Its purchase secured a 35-kilometre habitat corridor which is home to several nationally threatened
species, including the southern bell frog and the regent parrot. PHOTO CREDIT: ©Mark Schapper