Bringing an Australian wetland back to life
In the shadow of Australia’s Grampians National Park lies Walker Swamp, a once-thriving wetland that was artificially drained and farmed for over a century.
But it is now welcoming new life once more, after a huge restoration project.
Its revival is one “message of hope” amid so much grim environmental news, ecologists tell the BBC.
Video by Isabelle Rodd