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The RBCN and Moreton Bay Regional Council hosted a birdwing butterfly vine workshop earlier this month for Land for Wildlife property owners in the Moreton Bay region.
The Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland has listed the Richmond birdwing butterfly in a public vote to highlight the plight of our unique native species.
The Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network (RBCN) recently visited David Fleay Wildlife Park on Queensland’s Gold Coast where a Richmond birdwing captive breeding program is currently underway.
Members of Wildlife Queensland’s Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network and Samford Eco-Corridor joined forces on Sunday, 9 June to launch a project aimed at helping save the Richmond birdwing butterfly.
Our Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network is proud to have been selected as one of 12 recipients of a Bank Australia 2018 Customer Grant.
Good news has come in threes for our Projects Team lately. Here’s the lowdown on our latest thumbs-ups in the field…
If you are a Richmond birdwing butterfly, it’s a positive time to be alive (and that’s really saying something of a threatened species in current times)…