A Ripple of Community Support on the Scenic Rim

A Ripple of Community Support on the Scenic Rim

18 October 2011 In early October, members of the Scenic Rim community met with representatives from Boonah and District Landcare and Wildlife Queensland’s Scenic Rim Branch at Bunjurgen Estate Vineyard. Attendees enjoyed a tipple while discussing how to ‘connect the...
More Wildlife Corridors for the Scenic Rim

More Wildlife Corridors for the Scenic Rim

  25 August 2021 Landcare Led Grant Funding to Boost Bushfire Recovery Wildlife Queensland’s Scenic Rim Branch has received grant funding to continue to expand the region’s vital wildlife corridors and survey the species that use them.  The Federal...
Volunteers Needed to Plant Trees to Help Wildlife in the Scenic Rim

Volunteers Needed to Plant Trees to Help Wildlife in the Scenic Rim

WPSQ Scenic Rim Branch committee members (from left) Sandra Rose, Ronda Green, Darren Green, and Robin Rowland. Image © Robin Rowland. Wildlife Queensland’s Scenic Rim Branch is working on a wildlife corridor plan to link critical habitats across the Scenic Rim....
Planting for Wildlife Corridors in the Scenic Rim

Planting for Wildlife Corridors in the Scenic Rim

During August, Wildlife Queensland Scenic Rim Branch members and volunteers commenced wildlife corridor plantings at Mt Alford and Wallaces Creek near Boonah in the Scenic Rim region. The corridor plantings are part of a larger project to connect Scenic Rim habitats...

Glider corridor project update ‒ July 2019

16 July 2019   Thanks to the generous donations from our members and supporters to Wildlife Queensland’s March 2019 Squirrel Glider Appeal, our glider corridor project is surging ahead. Wildlife Queensland and Wildlife Queensland Scenic Rim Branch have been busy...

Wildlife Queensland champions the conservation of squirrel gliders

28 February 2019   Queensland is in the enviable position of being home to all seven of Australia’s gliding possums – or gliders. These are an amazing collection of species all renowned for being able to glide between trees with the aid of a membrane of skin...

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