Richmond Birdwing Butterfly Vine Planting Project

Richmond Birdwing Butterfly Vine Planting Project

Join the Crosby Road Bushcare – Brisbane Habitat Group and Matt Cecil from the Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network to help bring the rare and beautiful Richmond birdwing butterfly back from the brink by getting involved with butterfly vine planting at Ascot!...
Forget ‘bunnies’, it’s time for some native goodies …

Forget ‘bunnies’, it’s time for some native goodies …

14 April 2021   It’s a dentist’s favourite time of year. Kids get a long break and a sugar rush, and parents get … well … let’s just say we might need a spell in the garden! Of course, we don’t expect Aussie natives will ever topple the world’s favourite Easter...
Sightings Soar as Birdwings Return

Sightings Soar as Birdwings Return

9 December 2021 Summer is now upon us, but throughout late winter and spring, Wildlife Queensland’s Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network members have been eagerly watching their vines for signs of Richmond birdwing butterflies and their larvae. Anecdotal sightings...
RBCN visits David Fleay Wildlife Park

RBCN visits David Fleay Wildlife Park

27 March 2020   In March, the Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network (RBCN) visited David Fleay Wildlife Park on Queensland’s Gold Coast where a Richmond birdwing captive breeding program is currently underway. The breeding program, part of a joint captive...

RBCN launches new habitat corridor to save the birdwing butterfly

12 June 2019 Members of Wildlife Queensland’s Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network and Samford Eco-Corridor joined forces on Sunday, 9 June to launch a new habitat corridor project aimed at helping save the Richmond birdwing butterfly. More than 100 people...

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