At Anstead, we are working in a scenic location near the lookout overlooking the Brisbane River. We are currently seeking a coordinator for this well-established and thriving bushcare group. Working bees are held on the first Sunday of each month from 8:30 am – 11:00 am.
Read about the group’s activities and catch up on some catchment news. Read about why revegetation is so important and what one local couple have done to revegetate their property. Finally find out what goes ker-r-ash in the night!
This is a very COVID-19 issue of Streamlines . Karen Roberts has made the most of the opportunity to explore local bushland areas with her children, incorporating learning experiences with their adventures, while Irene explains that the life of wildlife carers has changed very little. An update on fire ant activity is included as well as brief notes on a disease that literally causes rainbow lorikeets to drop out of the sky.
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Pullen Pullen Catchments Group (PPCG) aims to foster awareness and appreciation within the community of the need to protect the natural environment throughout the catchments and to help conserve Australia’s unique flora and fauna.
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