Australia's very special Bunya Pine By Kim Morris – Bushland Conservation Management Every year from December through to March the Bunya Cones are crashing to the ground, with a bumper crop every three years. Many years ago I was lucky enough...
Undertaking a collaborative effort with QPWS today in Noosa National Park - Noosa Heads, targeting Bitou bush. It certainly was great day working through this beautiful part of the world. Strategic management of this highly invasive coastal weed is essential.
We always look forward to our contracts working in the Great Sandy National Park and this time we were lucky to discover both the red and yellow form of the endangered Christmas Bells (Blandfordia grandiflora) in the Cooloola section hidden among the coastal heath.
The Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo is unique to other Cockatoos as it adds extra protein into their diet by targeting borer grubs in the trees. 🐛 The male of this species has a pink ring around his eye which you can easily see in the pic of him on the smaller branch. How strong are the jaws on these birds check out that stripping!
If you feel you would like to support Glossy Black Cockatoo conservation please pop over to like and support this page for this essential project here on the Sunshine Coast. Glossy Black Cockatoo Conservation - Sunshine Coast We need our locals on board! 💪 Members of the community that are already doing such great work monitoring local populations can assist so much. So, if you have ever seen Glossy Black Cockatoos, even better in feed trees, on the Sunshine Coast Region we are seeking historical sightings to support this project. Saving our local populations is going to take an awesome community effort 💚 Please email firstname.lastname@example.org all sightings are requested to be logged for mapping data Glossy Black Conservancy have an excellent identification video www.glossyblack.org.au or https://birdata.birdlife.org.au/ BirdLife Australia. Thank you 😊
The annual Aussie Backyard Bird Count starts today! The importance of citizen science projects like these are absolutely invaluable. If you can't download the app you can submit your sightings on the BirdLife website. Data collection is vital for many reasons when it comes to research of a species. This citizen science project is not only fun and educational it aids in research on healthy populations or a decline in your area. Happy birding 🐦🦉🦆 #BirdLifeAustralia#aussiebackyardbirdcount
This little hollow is used all year round and is shared between the lorikeets and the squirrel gliders on our property. This beautiful big old Eucalyptus propinqua is covered in scratches and is one of our favourite trees on our property....( We have a few favourites!) Seeing wildlife in natural hollows as well as our supplied nest boxes is always such a thrill 🍃