Category Archives: Wildlife Corridor

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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Meeting Costa at Millen Farm

By: Michael Fox I visited Millen Farm at Samford yesterday for their International Compost Awareness Week event. It was a real pleasure to listen as Costa, from Gardening Australia, shared his passion for everything from plants to people. Costa talk … Continue reading

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Pollinator Link Display – Paten Park Native Nursery

By: Michael Fox I know Backyard Bee Homes are valuable Shelter for our native bees, however, I was still amazed to a prospective tenant checking out the accommodation before I even finished up setting up the Pollinator Link Display. Pollinator … Continue reading

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Are you ready to be a Pollinator Link Hero?

By: Michael Fox To achieve our target of 30,000 Brisbane gardens by 2022 we are recruiting Pollinator Link® Heros to help. Are you saying: “I already have water, food and shelter in my garden for wildlife. So I don’t need to register as … Continue reading

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Target 30,000 Brisbane Gardens

By: Michael Fox Do you want to see more butterflies, birds and bees in parks and gardens around Brisbane? Join others who are already bringing a bit of bush into their urban gardens; providing water, food and shelter for our … Continue reading

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Building community and training the next generation

By: Laurie Deacon Twelve community members and one dog – 34 hours of volunteer work. It is a real pleasure to be out getting my hands dirty building habitat and building community. The team were busy setting up irrigation systems … Continue reading

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Pollinator Link display for events

By: Michael Fox Purpose built portable Pollinator Link® now available for Community Nurseries, catchment groups, Community Gardens, Habitat Brisbane Bushcare events, schools, etc. . . . . . The display is lightweight, easily transported and quickly customised with a local … Continue reading

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