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Great Sandy Strait Ramsar wetlands
11 Sep 2012
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Mangroves, wetlands, tidal eb and flows - a living breathing place for turtles, dugongs, whales, dolphins, fish, micro/macro invertebrates, migratory and local birds and many more. Aboriginal culture from the past to present abounds. The Ramsar region as an internationally significant site is precious to me and many many others. I'm privileged to have been working on a project here during the past 18months to help protect some parts for our future animals and people. I'm concerned about the increase in rubbish and impact from boats and fishing and urban development on this fragile environment. This photo is taken from the shore at Tinnanbar in the Great Sandy Strait

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