In Australia, many of us are lucky enough to be able to buy a piece of paradise. We may be about to retire away from the bustle of city life, … Continue reading Things to consider before you buy
Have you recently purchased or inherited a property that has vast expanses of cleared land that you are keen to revegetate and restore for wildlife? Or perhaps you have an … Continue reading Restoring Farms for Wildlife: Establishing planting goals
What’s the first image that pops into your head when I say the words ‘biological control’? I can almost guarantee that it’s the Cane Toad. Cane Toads were introduced from … Continue reading Madeira Vine and Cat’s Claw Creeper: Biocontrol on the Sunshine Coast
Article and photos by Leanne Field Land for Wildlife member Blackstone, Ipswich
“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!