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March 2018

Marine Life in Moreton Bay

Moreton Bay is home to an incredible array of Marine Life, including dolphins, turtles, sharks, rays and over 1000 species of fish! Join Redland City Council Community Environmental Education Officer Cath Kelleher for an informative talk about some of these amazing animals. Learn about the unique relationship between humans and the ocean, and find out how the health of this precious ecosystem benefits us all and why it’s worth ensuring its protection.
Redlands Indigiscapes Centre, Capalaba

Friday, 23rd March @ 7.30 pm

More info: Steve 0423036676



Richmond Birdwing Butterfly Workshop

The RBCN is holding a workshop on the Richmond birdwing butterfly as part of Indigiscapes’ Green Living Expo. Come along and learn all about the conservation of the birdwing and its host vine, the birdwing butterfly vine.
Redlands IndigiScapes Centre, Capalaba

Saturday, 24 March @ 9:00am

Email birdwing@wildlife.org.au for more information.


Cicada Awards – Get your entries in!

Wildlife Queensland Bayside Branch is seeking entries in the Cicada Awards, a short film competition giving youth a chance to be heard on environmental issues. There are two categories – ‘General’ and ‘Oceans’ – and two age groups – ‘Under 12′ and ’12 – 24 years’. Entries close on World Environment Day, 5 June, with the Premiere Screening and Awards Night held on 20 July. This initiative offers raised awareness of environmental issues, great prizes to be won, and more hope for our wildlife.
Wildlife Queensland Bayside Branch

Screening and Awards Friday, 20 July



April 2018

Gibson Island Clean-Up Event by B4C

Celebrate International Earth Day by providing much-needed attention to the environmental and social health of this
industrial region and the significant estuarine areas of Aquarium Passage. Bulimba Creek Catchment is hosting this clean-up event and launching an exciting revegetation and rehabilitation project for this key area.
Paringa Rd, Murarrie

Sunday, 22 April @ 9:00 – 11:30am



Belivah Creek Planting Day

Logan City Council invites everyone to come and celebrate the launch of the Restoring Belivah Creek Project on World Earth Day with a Community Tree Planting Event! Belivah Creek provides an important corridor linking the lowland sub-tropical rainforest along the Albert River to the dry rainforests of Bahrs Hill. It’s time to start putting plants in the ground to restore this endangered ecological community! Sausage sizzle included.
Belivah, Qld

Sunday, 22 April @ 9:00 – 11:30am




Monthly talks by WPSQ Brisbane Branch

All are welcome to attend the free monthly environmental talks presented by Wildlife Queensland’s Brisbane Branch on the fourth Tuesday of every month, except January, February and December in 2018. Please note we are using a new venue!
Albion Peace Hall, 102 McDonald Road, Windsor

Monthly as above @ 7:30pm

More info on the web and Facebook


Northern Seminar Series by WPSQ Brisbane

North Branch

Brisbane North Branch extends its welcome to everyone to attend its community seminars held on the first Wednesday evening of each month (Feb-Nov) from 7 – 8pm.
BCC Downfall Centre, 815 Rode Road, McDowall

Monthly as above @ 6.30pm for cuppa, bushfood snacks and networking

More info on Facebook
Written by wildlife1ict