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|Site name: Bowra|
|Site number: 65|
|Point numbers: 257 (BOWRA Dry A), 258 (BOWRA Wet A), 259 (BOWRA Dry B), 260 (BOWRA Wet B)|
|Ecoregion: Temperate grasslands, savannas and shrublands|
|Participant and site owner: Australian Wildlife Conservancy|
|Site location: South Western Queensland|
|Site description: Bowra is an Australian Wildlife Conservancy wildlife sanctuary located north-west of Cunnamulla. The property extends from the Warrego River floodplain in the east to a Mulga (Acacia aneura) dominated plateau in the west. The site receives intermittent, seasonal rainfall, and supports a mosaic of woodlands, shrublands, grasslands and riparian vegetation. Bowra provides breeding habitat and drought refuge for many semi-arid species, and is renowned for its bird diversity. |
The dry sensors at Bowra are located in Mulga woodland. The wet sensors are located along an eastern tributary of the Warrego River.