Sanctuary helps nesting endangered turtles in northern Victoria
http://domovoy.biz/11-cat/dating_43.html A species of endangered turtle has a better shot at life following the establishment of a breeding sanctuary in the north of the region.
deluxino San Jose del Monte The North Central Catchment Management Authority and Turtles Australia have, with permission, fenced off an area of Ridley Agriproducts’ mill site on Longmore Lagoon at Gunbower to create a safe place for the broad-shelled turtle to breed.
ruleta decide Polysayevo The land next to the lagoon is a popular nesting spot for the turtle, the largest of the three species of native turtles found in the region.
online gay dating beckley west va North Central CMA acting project manager Amy Russell said the sanctuary allowed the turtles to nest on higher ground without the risk of predators, such as foxes, raiding their nests.
egt slot game free regularly The 400 metre-long fence is designed to stop predators jumping or climbing over it, or digging under it.
Staff at the mill are encouraged to report any turtle sightings to Turtles Australia.
Anyone who sees a turtle can record it online here.