Warneet

Pacific black duck. Image credit - David Paul, Museums Victoria
Anas superciliosa. At Warneet
Silvereye. Image credit - David Paul, Museums Victoria
Zosterops lateralis. At Warneet
Avicennia marina: mangroves
Mangroves. Image credit - David Paul
Avicennia marina. At Warneet
Red-browed finch. Image credit, David Paul, Museums Victoria
Neochmia temporalis. At Warneet
Australian pied oystercatcher. Image credit - David Paul, Museums Victoria
Haematopus longirostris
Silvereye. Image credit - David Paul, Museums Victoria
Zosterops lateralis
Eastern rosella. Image credit - David Paul, Museums Victoria
Platycercus eximius
Image credit - David Paul, Museums Victoria
At Warneet
Image credit - David Paul, Museums Victoria
At Warneet
Edward's Point Wildlife Reserve. Image credit - David Paul, Museums Victoria
Image credit - David Paul, Museums Victoria
At Warneet
Image credit - David Paul, Museums Victoria
At Warneet
Superb fairy wren

The Convention on Wetlands of International Importance, also called the Ramsar Convention, is an intergovernmental treaty signed on 2 February 1971 to ‘the conservation and wise use of all wetlands through local, regional and national actions and international cooperation, as a contribution towards achieving sustainable development throughout the world’.