Restoring the environmental corridor in Minnippi Parklands is underway with the installation of 12 new nesting boxes to enhance habitat connectivity and improve shelter for gliders, bats and other local wildlife.
By Wayne Cameron – B4C Catchment Manager May 2019 finds us in a strong position with our projects, after some battles with a very dry late summer affecting our revegetation program. Now, moving into winter, we are making good progress across the board. Some examples only of what we are…
Australian #frogs are still dying. 😢
“We used to have fat green frogs turn up everywhere...Now when I see them they are on the ground, in the leaf litter, barely moving”. C Dawes.
We still need your help- please report sick & dead frogs to email@example.com
📸C Dichmont pic.twitter.com/4uF1nkJM4s