Great weather for fungi

With prolonged wet weather recently, local enthusiasts have been out hunting for fungi. From early November 2023 till end of March 2024, The Gap recorded more than 900 mm of rain and fungi loves the wet. All three fungi featured here were photographed...

“This Week by the Creek” – April Edition

“This Week by the Creek” is an eNewsletter from our partners at the Brisbane City Council Creek Catchments Program. It contains information and updates about creek activities and events across Brisbane, training opportunities and grants that are available  The April...

Birdlife along our creeks

An unexpectedly wet summer has breathed life into our creeks with improved conditions and more food for wildlife especially birds. Late last year local bird photographer Damien Mckenzie had been hoping to photograph the beautiful Azure Kingfisher Ceyx azurea...

WANTED: Seed Collectors

SOWN Nursery is calling for more members to become seed collectors to ensure there are plenty of local plants species available for planting. If you have local native plants in your garden or you're a regular bushcare volunteer, you are perfectly placed to...

Critically endangered rainforest survives in The Gap

Bushland on the banks of Enoggera Creek in The Gap has been recognised as rainforest of national significance. A survey conducted in The Gap in 2022-23 has concluded that the area supports the nationally listed, critically endangered Lowland Rainforest of...

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