The value of tree hollows to our native wildlife is well known. In South East Queensland alone, over 130 species have been identified as being dependent on hollows for their … Continue reading Habitat Poles
Anyone that likes to observe butterflies knows that an overcast day is not a very productive time to do so. That’s because butterflies are ectothermic which makes them reliant on … Continue reading The Evening Brown – hiding in the shadows
“They taste great with a beer”, I had been asking a few friends about their experiences with cicadas and this strange response was not what I was expecting, but there … Continue reading Cicadas of SEQ: The Song of Summer
In August 2000 an enthusiastic, but nervous, new Land for Wildlife Officer went on her first solo Land for Wildlife visit out to Belli Park, between Eumundi and Kenilworth on … Continue reading Creating habitat for Black-breasted Button-quails
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!