Common in many parts of the world, acid sulfate soils are saturated with water, almost oxygen-free and contain microscopic crystals of iron sulfide minerals, commonly called pyrite.
Tens of thousands of native animals die every year on barbed-wire fences.
Almost 30 land for wildlife members recently spent their morning building nest boxes for microbats.
Our habitats have been greatly impacted by coastal development, and droughts and fires, which add further stress on the flora and fauna of these wonderful ecosystems.
The cottonwood tree study provided continuity of service for vegetation management from Currimundi to Wickham Point, Caloundra.
Drone technology has recently been used to find infestations of madeira vine.
Building ecosystem services and resilience through ecological restoration.
A local example of an ecological trap can be found in the relationship between the Richmond birdwing butterfly and the dutchman’s pipe.
Considerations for placing your property under a voluntary conservation agreement.
Garanyali nature refuge is a voluntary conservation agreement property, with significant ecological values, within a biodiversity corridor in the hinterland.
Ecological restoration is an important process for habitat recovery worldwide.
Read how Maleny Eco Village integrated a variety of tools into their land management practices to manage the weeds on their property at Obi Obi.
Each year landholders are also able to tap into incentives.
Maintaining the good health of our waterways and their habitats is reliant upon the condition of the adjoining riparian areas and its vegetation.
There are many benefits of nature journaling.
The burn provides hazard reduction and ecological outcomes within the forest.
Find out what owner obligations and restrictions apply to rural residential properties on the Sunshine Coast.
Thousands of spinifex, and other native ground cover species, planted in frontal dunes after years of heavy beach erosion.
Can weeds actually increase biodiversity?
Exploring the science behind rainforest revegetation, when a tree falls in the forest.
The upper part of Mary River, is a good place to start controlling invasive weeds.
The feeding of wildlife has always been a popular pastime, there are some steps you can take to minimise the ecological impact.