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Help for Brisbane's "triangle of death" ... the fauna movement solutions include refuge poles and natural log rail along the culvert. couriermail.com.au/questnews/… ... by @BrianBennion in @QuestNewspapers
Our live stream session "Birding at Home - Black Cockatoos of the Southeast with Daniella Teixeira" is live now at facebook.com/BirdLifeAustra… pic.twitter.com/NDfPNSp2lP
🌏Join a Guinness World Record attempt on 21 June!📚
Take part in the @darkskyaus attempt for “most users to take an online environmental sustainability lesson in 24 hours”.
Find out more: ow.ly/xcgn50zT8wD
#WorldRecordLight #citizenscience #citscioz #qldscience pic.twitter.com/dOwqYe6Hkr
Wildlife Tourism Australia is holding free webinars on June 22, 23 and 25, where you can hear the latest research on wildlife interpretation experiences, sustainable wildlife tourism strategies and more.
Register here: ow.ly/NIAK50zT82y
@usceduau @Griffith_Uni pic.twitter.com/ma2LA9jUta
Fungi at Karawatha Forest, Brisbane. The stinkhorn variety was living up to its name, as you can see by the flies. #fungi #wildoz #mycology pic.twitter.com/NV7fFgJMKW