Category Archives: Wildlife Corridor

Get with the Buzz at Elorac Place

By: Michael Fox The Pollinator Link® team was proud to be invited to be part of the Health and Wellbeing Expo organised by the Elorac Place Community Centre in Ellen Grove. It was a pleasure to experience the community spirit … Continue reading

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What’s in your garden today?

By: Michael Fox Thanks to Georgia Nierfeld for great video of a Bee Hawk Moth Cephonodes kingii in her family’s Pollinator Link® front garden at Chandler. Georgia also found a female Great Carpenter Bee Xylocopa (Koptortosoma) aruana. Australia’s largest solitary bee the … Continue reading

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Proud Builders: New Homes for Solitary Bees

  By: Michael Fox   Providing Water, Food and Shelter are the key to bringing Birds, Butterflies and Bees back to our urban habitats. The Construction Team gathered at Downfall Creek Environment Centre to build new homes for our homeless … Continue reading

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Christmas Gift Ideas

By: Michael Fox Looking for Christmas gift ideas for others or for yourself? Two excellent books I have read this year are Habitat by AB Bishop and Feeding the Birds at Your Table by Darryl Jones. Habitat: A practical guide … Continue reading

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Habitat for community and wildlife

By: Laurie Deacon The Mt Gravatt State High School Pollinator Link® garden is a thriving habitat for wildlife and building links with the community. Twenty-one volunteers from Griffith Mates and local streets joined students and family members. Results: 50 hours … Continue reading

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Circles in your rose leaves?

  By: Michael Fox Do you have mysterious circles appearing in the leaved of your rose bushes? I videoed one of the culprits making a nest in the cat’s scratching post. Autumn is nest building time for our native Leafcutter … Continue reading

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Building homes for birds and bees

  By: Michael Fox Kids and mud … always a winning formula. Jake Slinger and I led a Pollinator Link® workshop for the Nature Rangers at Downfall Creek Bushland Centre yesterday. Australia has over 2,000 species of solitary native bees. Solitary bees … Continue reading

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