Little Desert Nature Lodge (74)

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Site name: Little Desert Nature Lodge
Site number: 74
Point numbers: 293 (Little Desert Nature Lodge Wet A), 294 (Little Desert Nature Lodge Dry A), 295 (Little Desert Nature Lodge Wet B), 296 (Little Desert Nature Lodge Dry B)
Ecoregion: Mediterranean forests, woodlands and scrubs
Participant and site owner: Little Desert Nature Lodge
Site location: Western Victoria
Latitude: -36.586
Longitude: 141.227
Site description: Little Desert Nature Lodge is an ecotourism property adjacent to the Little Desert National Park. The Nature Lodge protects important habitat for the Mallee Fowl.

Newhaven (73)

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Site name: Newhaven
Site number: 73
Point numbers: 289 (Newhaven Wet A), 290 (Newhaven Wet B), 291 (Newhaven Dry B), 292 (Newhaven Dry A)
Ecoregion: Deserts and xeric shrublands
Participant and site owner: Australian Wildlife Conservancy and Birdlife Australia
Site location: Central Australia
Latitude: -22.733
Longitude: 131.152
Site description: Newhaven is a conservation reserve of approximately 261500 hectares in the Northern Territory. The reserve is jointly managed by the Australian Wildlife Conservancy and Birdlife Australia, and protects large expanses of mulga woodlands and spinifex sandplains. Newhaven are the traditional lands of the Ngalia-Warlpiri/Luritja people.

Bowra (65)

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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
Latitude: -27.987
Longitude: 145.609
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.