Home » wildlife corridors
Wildlife Queensland’s Scenic Rim Branch is calling for volunteers to help plant trees this month to link critical habitats across the Scenic Rim.
Pollinator Link® members Jake Slinger and Michael Fox discuss how a new citizen science project will help urban residents create wildlife-friendly gardens to benefit pollinators.
Would you like to plant trees in the Scenic Rim as part of a wildlife corridors project to protect squirrel gliders and other native wildlife? Find out how.
Wildlife Queensland recently visited the Ramada Resort Kooralbyn Valley to learn about the surrounding bushland and determine if the site could play a role in the Scenic Rim Branch glider corridor project.