In reviewing Australian Birds of Prey in Flight, I saw an opportunity to write about a commonly seen raptor in SEQ, the Pacific Baza. I chose the baza because it … Continue reading Pacific Bazas
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!
To tell the story about Queensland’s rarest bird, I am going to start with a tale about the Californian Condor. his huge, long-lived bird of prey was once widespread across … Continue reading fauna profile: Queensland’s Rarest Bird
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
Our 10 acre property in the Mount Cotton area is made up of 3 distinct zones, namely the garden area of around 1 acre, a treed field of about 2 … Continue reading Property Profile: Bird Banding at Cornubia