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
Recently, our team at Sunshine Coast Council had a tour of the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital. The hospital opened in 2004 and is managed by Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors, a … Continue reading Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital and Koala Research on the Sunshine Coast
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
The sound of male Koalas grunting in the night (and sometimes during the day) with their extra vocal cord folds, so they can call louder than any other marsupial, was … Continue reading The Koala in our Forest (and on our doorstep)
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
It’s night time on a Land for Wildlife property near Mapleton and the eucalypt forest is quiet and still. Occasionally a Boobook Owl and Marbled Frogmouth call in the distance. … Continue reading Greater Gliders – cute, quiet and vulnerable