Gregory River Landcare Group wrote this report following the recent visit to their catchment. B4C has been twinning with the group since 2005 – sharing knowledge of, time with and appreciation of both our catchments.
Common (Indian) Myna bird chasing away 3 kingfishers who had been breakfasting on soldier crabs. Golden Beach, Caloundra. This fab pic kindly provided by Anne Reardon. Free myna reduction workshop this Thurs 18 Oct 6pm. Carindale. Refreshments provided. eventbrite.com.au/e/common-my…pic.twitter.com/1LmIawnwzl
"..groups can impact water quality in various ways, including oversight, monitoring, direct actions such as organizing ..for cleanups/restoration, and indirect actions like advocacy and education.."
Watershed groups have a +ve impact on local water quality phys.org/news/2018-10-w…
Why did the swamp wallaby cross the road? Because it had a seamless land bridge keeping it safe from traffic! Compton Rd fauna overpass at Kuraby & Karawatha Forest. This pic thanks to a Griffith Uni monitoring study with Kat Aburrow, Ben Mackenzie & Prof Darryl Jones. pic.twitter.com/2YLBTrYBKp
The National @LandcareAust Conference heard some awful projections from ANU Prof Mark Howden this morning
HIS map about reduced runoff w each 1c rise in temps 😲 was shocking twitter.com/therealpbarry/…