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Butterflies in your garden

By: Michael Fox Miranda a Fox Gully Bushcare neighbour sent me an exciting photo: a female Jezebel Nymph Mynes geoffroyi laying her eggs on a Native Mulberry Pipturus argenteus. A close up look at her eggs shows an interesting and … 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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Inviting Squirrel Gliders into Bill Hewitt Reserve

By: Michael Fox Matthew Campbell, ALP candidate for Coorparoo, met with community representatives from  Bulimba Creek Catchment Coordinating Committee (B4C) , Whites Hill State College P&C and other local community members about the future of Bill Hewitt Reserve. . . … Continue reading

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Wildflower Season Blooms in Pollinator Link garden

By: Sheamus O’Connor The Pollinator Link Garden at Mount Gravatt SHS is beginning to display the vibrant colours of Australian wildflowers. We had a very undesirable storm season this year, hardly receiving much rain at all when we needed it … Continue reading

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