Our B4C Landcare Services supervisors had a working excursion to Carney’s Creek, near Boonah, recently. Working with private landholders, they recovered planted trees impacted by wallabies, treated mothvine and recovered revegetation areas.
In case you're wondering about the weather & our workshop this Friday - we'll be inside! "Citizen Science in Your Garden" with @JessieLOliver will involve discussions & showcasing of projects etc. We might wander outside if it clears. Details & booking: eventbrite.com.au/e/citizen-s…
"Here in Australia, sadly, we have a terrible record of extinctions and habitat destruction. We're rich and smart, but we spend hardly anything on conservation." - @martine_maron from @UQ_CBCS tells #ESAus21
🌳 Tree hollows are a valuable and often essential resource for many Australian wildlife species. Over 300 native wildlife species rely on hollows - including 31% of native mammals and 15% of native birds.
🎥 Brad Leue/AWC pic.twitter.com/QrQGIHe77l