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VIDEO: Native stingless bees – How to make a hive seperator

Another great video about how to care for a native bee hive. This time Kieran and his young son Beau show you how to make a hive seperator, along with how to install it and how it will benefit your own native bee hive. To see our other videos about our wonderful native bees take a …

Joining in at the Nature Play Qld Symposium 2017

Our Early Childhood Coordinator Tracey Mayhew was delighted to represent Natura Education at the Nature Play Qld Symposium 2017 held at Palm Beach recently. Here Tracey shares with us her account of the day: And what a great day it was!  Nearly 300 childcare educators and primary school teachers all gathered together to share inspiration …

VIDEO: Back to basics – Getting children outside

Tracey is Natura Education’s early childhood specialist and she is just brimming with wonderful and simple ideas for getting our children outside in the fresh air and engaged in imaginative and active play. Take a look at this video where Tracey shares some great ideas! To find out more about what we do take a …

VIDEO: Budding a native bee hive

Join Kieran and Bastian as they show you how to ‘bud’ a native bee hive. By budding a hive you can essentially create two hives from the one and so double the chances of survival for a settlement of native stingless bees that needs to be relocated due to clearing activities. If you would like …

What’s so great about a green wall?

What are the benefits of a green wall for your business? They are a unique marketing tool… Is a client going to remember the blank white walls of your conference room? Probably not. But, you can bet they’ll remember the beautiful vertical garden or green wall in your reception area. Green walls are also great for creating an eco-friendly, environmentally …

Nature’s high rises – The importance of tree hollows and nest boxes

Trees support wildlife in a myriad of ways, providing valuable food, shelter and nesting opportunities. Mature trees are particularly important, and play a part in the survival of around 300 Australian reptiles, amphibians, birds, insects and mammals. Many of these depend entirely upon tree hollows for nesting and raising their young. Tree hollows form when …

VIDEO: Some laughs with the Natura team from 2016!

Well 2016 was an awesome year for Natura Pacific! Our amazing team worked hard and we achieved so much. Even better… we had a lot of laughs along the way. Throughout 2016 the Natura team dedicated ourselves to producing the many videos that you may have seen on our Latest News feed. We wanted to …

Drone surveys have much to offer

Drone surveys – efficiency and accuracy! When it comes to mapping and monitoring an area’s environmental condition, there are various approaches to consider. Here at Natura Pacific we’ve found that using a drone is one of the most efficient and accurate survey methods around. This service allows us to provide you with a clear and …

VIDEO: Back from the Brink – Part 3 (Cont.): The Angle-stemmed Myrtle (Gossia gonoclada)

Following on from our last video on the endangered plant species Gossia gonoclada, we come back to Griffith University’s PhD candidate Tamara Taylor to learn more. In this video Tamara explains why this species is in danger of extinction, the threats it faces and what we can do to help its recovery. A quick note: Tamara …

VIDEO: Back from the Brink – Part 3: The Angle-stemmed Myrtle (Gossia gonoclada)

For the month of March we join PhD candidate from Griffith University, Tamara Taylor, who will guide us in taking a closer look at the endangered plant Gossia gonoclada or the Angle-stemmed Myrtle.  In this first video Tamara explains what this plant looks like and where it is found in South East Queensland. Stay tuned for …

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