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Streamlines May 2020

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.

Streamlines archive

Streamlines is published quarterly in the months of February, May, August and November. Past issues dating back to February 2014 are all available for download.

Other topics of interest

The following is a list of published works which may be helpful:

  • ‘The creek in our backyard: a practical guide for habitat restoration’ by Robert Whyte 2nd ed. Published by Save Our Waterways Now, 2013
  • ‘A green and pleasant land’ by Ian Cameron. Published by Ian Cameron 1999
  • ‘Mangroves to mountains’ by Glenn Leiper and others. Rev ed. published by Society for Growing Australian PLants(Logan River branch), 2008
  • The National Trust bush regenerator’s handbook’. 2nd ed. Published by the National Trust of Australia, 1999
  • Nest boxes for wildlife; a practical guide’ by Alan and Stacey Franks. Published by Bloomings books, 2006
  • ‘Our place in the country: managing your acreage property in West Brisbane’ Written and published by the Moggill Creek Catchment Management Group and the Pullen Pullen Cathments Group, 2009
  • Weed pocket guide: South-East Queensland’. 3rd ed Published by the State of Queensland, 2002
  • ‘Weeds of Southern Queensland’ by Weed Society of Queensland inc, 3rd ed. Published by the Queensland Government, 2011
  • ‘Wildlife of Greater Brisbane’. Published by the Queensland Museum, 2007
  • ‘Wild plants of Greater Brisbane’. Published by the Queensland Museum, 2003