Saturday, 9 June 2018

Moggill plants: a learning journey

Last Wednesday, I visited Moggill Conservation Park in Brisbane’s western suburbs for the very first time, and conducted a plant survey up on one of the hills there.

Monday, 9 April 2018

One man's trash is another lizard's treasure

Tommy roundhead, Collingwood Park.

A search for reptiles out in degraded bushland near Ipswich proved fruitful last week, with a variety of interesting animals found.

Wednesday, 7 March 2018

Intriguing Logan wildlife active on a humid night last weekend

White-throated nightjar, Cedar Creek.

A foray into Plunkett Regional Park last Saturday night resulted in many excellent wildlife sightings, the highlight being white-throated nightjars (Eurostopodus mystacalis).

Tuesday, 27 February 2018

Sun shines on North Lakes meet-up

Photo by Trina McLellan; For more of Trina's photography and environmental work,
visit Nature Watch - Albany Creek.

After 48 hours of torrential rain, I was relieved to be woken by sunlight last Sunday morning, the day of a Wild BNE meet-up that I had been planning for weeks!

Seven dedicated wildlife fans came out to join me at North Lakes, where we explored a small lagoon and an adjacent environmental park for an hour-and-a-half.

Thursday, 8 February 2018

Wild BNE summer meet-up: North Lakes

Dragonflies like the chalky percher (Diplacodes trivialis) abound at this location. 
Thanks to Narelle Power for the ID.

Wombat berry (Eustrephus latifolius).
One thing I really believe in when it comes to wildlife and nature is that it isn’t necessary to jump in the car and drive somewhere remote and pristine to connect with it. Some really beautiful and fascinating animals and plants live right here in the suburbs with us, and for this year’s first Wild BNE meet-up, I’m going to host a walk in one of these places: North Lakes!