Category Archives: Wildlife Corridor

Plant Local to Feed Locals

By: Michael Fox I just read an interesting article in Canadian Geographic: Inside the mysterious decline of Earth’s insects Why are insects important? If we want to bring beautiful birds like the Variegated Fairy-wren Malurus lamberti back to our urban gardens we need … Continue reading

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Give Mum Birds, Butterflies and Bees

Order your Pollinator Link Mother’s Day Gift Pack today. Pack includes: Pollinator Link® garden certification Pollinator Link® fence sign and Blue-banded Bee on Google maps Gardman Easyclean Cat-safe Birdbath The Brisbane Bird Challenge Game: create a family challenge Pollinator Link® … Continue reading

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Cooee Motel: a surprise in country NSW

By: Michael Fox  Travelling to Canberra over Easter and planning to visit the Western Plains Zoo at Dubbo, we needed somewhere to stay overnight. We found Cooee Motel, a real gem in the small country town of Gilgandra, three hundred and thirty kilometres … Continue reading

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Water Plants for Containers

Water Plants for Containers If you have been inspired by Rob Lucas and his frog ponds download the excellent guide to water plants for small frog ponds from Native Plants Sunshine Coast.

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Fourteen months to wildlife haven

By: Michael Fox Allison’s garden is a great example of a habitat haven created for wildlife and people. A typical suburban two-dimensional grass and dirt garden converted to a thriving wildlife habitat in just fourteen months. All without losing the … Continue reading

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Explore Bernadette’s Pollinator Link garden

By: Michael Fox Visiting the Pollinator Link garden of Bernadette and Len Crook is like an adventure in a botanic garden. Step through the front gate straight into an urban forest habitat supporting bird, butterflies and bees. The balcony provided … Continue reading

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Water for backyard wildlife. Echidnas?

By: Michael Fox Water, Food and Shelter for wildlife are the key to bringing a bit of Australian bush to our city gardens. Some suprising wildlife is still surviving in Brisbane suburbs. What wildlife is benefiting from your Pollinator Link … Continue reading

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