Parramatta Grass, along with most of the weedy Sporobolus grass family, has become a huge and increasing problem for landholders. This article discusses a couple of control methods and is … Continue reading Parramatta Grass: A new control method
Much attention is given to improving the condition of our waterways. Having native vegetation, good water quality and healthy populations of fish and invertebrates in our creeks and rivers is … Continue reading Invisible but Valuable: Secretive rails in our waterways
When Romane Cristescu was doing her PhD on land rehabilitation and its benefits for Koalas, spending days upon days searching through the leaf litter for Koala scats (poo), she thought … Continue reading Sniffing out Solutions: Detection Dogs for Conservation
Header: A bare paddock – arguably the least preferable type of land to rehabilitate and the most vulnerable to soil erosion. Now that I have your attention… If I just … Continue reading I would prefer a paddock full of weeds to a bare paddock by Phil Moran
A common sight on Land for Wildlife properties: a big pile of dead lantana. Both Spencer Shaw in the October 2012 newsletter and Peter Darvall in January 2013 have suggested … Continue reading Property profile: Is there such a thing as a good weed? Mt Mee.
Monitoring and Restoring Habitat for Quolls on Land for Wildlife Properties near D’Aguilar National Park
The Quoll Seekers Network is thrilled to have received an Everyone’s Environment Grant from the Queensland Government to undertake surveys of the Spotted-tailed Quoll (Dasyurus maculatus) around D’Aguilar National Park. … Continue reading Monitoring and Restoring Habitat for Quolls on Land for Wildlife Properties near D’Aguilar National Park
Header: The native Crimson-spotted Rainbow fish are still reasonably common in many SEQ waterways. This pair are from Christmas Creek in the Logan River catchment. Photo by Gunther Schmida. There … Continue reading Helping our Native Freshwater Fish