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ECOLINC: BIODIVERSITY OF THE WESTERN VOLCANIC PLAINS SIGHTINGS

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Ecolinc is a Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) Science Specialist Centre, specializing in the development and delivery of environmental science programs for students and teachers.

The Biodiversity of the Western Volcanic Plains (BWVP) online educational program was funded by the DEECD and the Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI). It includes the BWVP Flora and Fauna Field Guide app, which was launched in June 2013. The BWVP Flora and Fauna Field Guide is also available as a web-based learning object on the Ecolinc BWVP website.

As part of the BWVP project, students and community members are encouraged to learn more about native grasslands by identifying and making sightings of plants and animals within the Victorian Volcanic Plain.

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145.0635,35.33066 145.0635,-38.15039 -92.09015,-38.15039 -92.09015,35.33066 145.0635,35.33066

26.486675,-1.409865

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