Did you ever want to hug a tree, but you didn’t know its name? Did you ever feel angry that a Jacaranda is more recognised and admired than a Flindersia? … Continue reading Plant ID Tags
“It’s best to treat a native animal the same way you would like to be treated.” Imagine you’re driving home after an evening out and a wallaby jumps in front … Continue reading Make Your Own Wildlife Rescue Basket
I own Land for Wildlife blocks at both Childers and in the North Burnett area. On a recent drive along a little used country road near Biggenden I noticed many … Continue reading Question: How do I propagate Rose Almond? Answer: With Patience!
Land for Wildlife people get it. In my experience they learn so much simply by observing the rich tapestry of Mother Nature. I call my place ‘A university without the … Continue reading Land for Wildlifers – The Observers
No, not the botanical type, but the Pale Headed (Platycercus adscitus) or Crimson Rosella (Platycercus elegans) type! If, like us, you run cattle on your property, or own a property … Continue reading Planting Rosellas – One nest at a time!
Nest boxes are a great way to increase the number of hollows and therefore the number of hollow dependant animals using your property. Installing them does require some maintenance, as … Continue reading Bees in Nest Boxes – a sticky problem
Before I purchased my property in 1975 it had been used as part of a larger cattle property and was partially cleared. My 160 acres at Conondale is situated in … Continue reading Property Profile: Tools to encourage a biodiverse grassy understorey
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