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...
We are thrilled to be partnering with the Noosa Biosphere Reserve Foundation in this much needed Glossy Black Cockatoo monitoring project here in Noosa and surrounds. Bushland Conservation Managements Bioacoustic monitoring of habitat and nesting ecology will collate data imperative to identifying key habitat to protect and enhance for future populations. Please take a moment to click on the link to find out more. 🌱
The Glossy Black-Cockatoo Calyptorhynchus lathami is a rare and threatened species, listed as vulnerable in Queensland. The Noosa Biosphere Reserve is considered a significant habitat of this black cockatoo with up to one third of the entire known population located in the region.
From the moment of wildlife rescue to release it is mostly a community joint effort. From the day of rescue, transport, the veterinary care, the wildlife carer rehabilitation and then THE RELEASE! This is the goal. We love helping out the Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre at Eumundi when ever we can, to play a small part in this important process. We installed two ringtail possum dreys today and wish these ringtail possum cuties all the best.
Beautiful #eumundi received some bush regeneration love yesterday.
We worked alongside a flowing North Maroochy River restoring the riparian zone which is currently dominated by Chinese Celtis, and dug 50 holes for the Eumundi Bushcare Group community planting this Sunday.
An important site to the #richmondbirdwingbutterfly with many beautiful vines that the butterfly depends on the Parastolochia praevenosa vine 🦋 these vines have all been recorded during recent surveys. Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network