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No Mow May

‘NO MOW MAY’ IS GROWING IN POPULARITY Taken from the WWF INTERNATIONAL Weekly Roundup newsletter. The No Mow May movement encourages lawnmowers to let the wildflowers in their lawn bloom which have found to help bees and butterflies thrive as much as three...
Support This 4×4 Beach Driving Petition

Support This 4×4 Beach Driving Petition

The PETITION requests the Queensland Government must address the unsustainable ecological destruction of Bribie Island’s Ramsar protected LIVING Ocean Beach, presently used for 4×4 Recreational Beach Driving. Bribie Island’s Ocean Beach (habitat for threatened...
Drama at Woorim Beach

Drama at Woorim Beach

At 5:00 this morning (10th February) when Bribie island’s turtle trackers entered the beach, for their early morning monitoring, they discovered hatchling tracks from an unidentified nest.  The hatchlings had emerged during the night from the midst of a...
WORLD WETLANDS DAY

WORLD WETLANDS DAY

2 FEBRUARY 2021 This year’s theme “WETLANDS AND WATER” shines a spotlight on wetlands as a source of freshwater and encourages actions to restore them and stop their loss. We are facing a growing freshwater crisis that threatens people and our planet. We use more...