Thousands of waterbirds return to Lake Cowal wetlands after drought breaks | ABC News

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  • ABC News (Australia) published this video item, entitled “Thousands of waterbirds return to Lake Cowal wetlands after drought breaks | ABC News” – below is their description.

    The end of the drought in western New South Wales has transformed a little-known wetland into an oasis for Australia’s wildlife. Lake Cowal near West Wyalong is the largest natural inland waterway in New South Wales and sits alongside a gold mine near the Lachlan River. The lake is part of an annual aerial waterbird survey of wetlands and rivers across eastern Australia, which is conducted by the University of New South Wales. Subscribe: http://ab.co/1svxLVE

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