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Angry birds are stark raven mad

It’s not just swooping magpies that you need to watch out for as the weather warms up. Although magpies are famous for swooping people during...

New life for Serendip

A wetland habitat for birds at Serendip Sanctuary, located near the You Yangs, has been rejuvenated thanks to a $27,000 contribution from two community...

Magpie attack caught on camera

A cyclist who was swooped by a magpie while riding on the Federation Trail in Werribee last month has captured the moment on camera. Tess...

Angry birds mapped in Wyndham

More than 25 swooping magpies have been reported in Wyndham so far this year. The magpiealert.com website, also known as Australia’s Magpie Swooping Map, has...

Nature through a lens

Hoppers Crossing man Bernie Flaherty enjoys using his camera to capture the beauty of nature. Mr Flaherty said he had always liked photography, but that...

MY WYNDHAM: Ben Goodwin

MY WYNDHAM: Ben Goodwin is a horticulturist at Werribee Open Range Zoo. Where do you live? I am from Werribee and reside in Westleigh Gardens. I love...

Snapshot into the world of Tex

Manor Lakes resident Tex Acola enjoys capturing scenic and striking images both at home and afar. Mr Acola is a prolific photographer, taking pictures of...

Get your paddle on the river

Ken and Judy Holmes are encouraging residents to explore the Werribee River. The couple, who have lived in Werribee for 31 years, said they often...

Duck gets top billing

It may sound quackers, but a small duck has become an unlikely celebrity at the Western Treatment Plant in Werribee. Birdwatchers and the media have...

Developer eyes reserves

A property developer wants to clear two Williams Landing conservation reserves and use the land for residential and commercial activities. Galway Holdings, a subsidiary of...

MY WYNDHAM: Justin Sloan

My Wyndham: Justin Sloan, 31, is a landscape photographer from Manor Lakes.   What do you like about Manor Lakes?   I have lived in Manor Lakes for...

Clean up a shore thing for 3030 Beach Patrol

A group of volunteers who clean up rubbish at the Werribee South beach are celebrating their third anniversary. The 3030 Beach Patrol, which regularly cleans...

Seeds sown for new green plan

Going green: Wyndham council is branching out in a new direction, with a proposal to give a free tree to new residents who move...

Green thumbs up

Students and staff from Truganina South Primary School showed off their green thumbs when they took part in National Tree Day last month. The...

Digging in for frog friends

The Friends of Skeleton Creek have helped to improve the Hoppers Crossing habitat of the growling grass frog. Last month, volunteers from the group installed...

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Running for charity

Hoppers Crossing resident Bol Mathiang is putting his best foot forward for The Fred Hollows Foundation. Mr Mathiang, 28, is participating in Fred’s Big Run,...