Background is a 1952 raster topo map downloaded through http://viewer.nationalmap.gov/ converted from GeoPDF to GeoTIFF in QGIS and then the polys, ways and points traced in MapWel and exported straight to Garmin IMG.
If you want to know why the surround on my eTrex 30 looks odd: http://www.purecaffeine.com/blog/photography/replacing-the-screen-on-my-garmin-etrex-30/
Here's one I made a few months ago from a hike down near Michelago in Tinderry Nature Reserve.
It is the pretense that such wetlands also create rich habitats which is objectionable, when urban development is the primary cause of loss of diversity in a wide range of ecosystems around cities including wetlands.
The one ecologically positive thing that most created wetlands do a reasonable job of is water treatment, because the limited range of plants likely to survive the semi-toxic soils and waters of newly created wetlands are invariably colonisers that will also use up a wide range of nutrients.
You can book a tour here http://bettongs.org/visit-us/night-tours/ Costs $50 all money goes to the Capital Woodland and Wetlands Conservation Trust for projects.
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