It is only when a Donovan’s Day Moth settles in a downward position on a tree trunk, with its tail and wing tip resting on the tree and head and … Continue reading ‘Notchy’ the Donovan’s Day Moth
The Collared Delma (Delma torquata) is a small legless lizard that is found in scattered populations across South East Queensland. It has been recorded from undisturbed open forests around western … Continue reading Landholders help protect the threatened Collared Delma
Header: Lloyd’s Mock Olive in flower. Our 2.5 acres of paradise in the western suburbs of Brisbane is a veritable biodiversity hotspot. Since purchasing the property in 2003 (or should … Continue reading Property Profile: A Biodiversity Hotspot, Mt Crosby
Protecting wildlife while keeping domestic pets, especially cats, raises contentious and polarising opinions, but we cannot deny the benefits humans have derived from their companion animals over many millennia. When … Continue reading Are Pet Cats Compatible with Wildlife?