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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 …

VIDEO: Natura is taking to the skies with drone mapping services

Have you ever wondered how drones could benefit your development proposal or project? Well, ponder no longer, because the Natura Consulting team now has two trained pilots of a brand new aerial drone that we have nicknamed ‘Libélula’ after the Spanish for ‘dragonfly’. Using this drone we capture, in real-time, exceptional-quality aerial images which are …

VIDEO: Our beautiful green wall – look at it now!

It has been quite a while since we shared the progress of our green wall. It is growing so beautifully that we thought it was well past was time for an update! This timelapse video was a wonderful way to share just how much the plants have grown over the last 8 months or so, and …

VIDEO: Back from the Brink – Part 2: Acid Frogs

In this this second video of the series, the Natura team were lucky enough to join Dr Katrin Lowe to explore the Coastal Wallum Wetlands of the Sunshine Coast, searching for some of our unique Wallum or Acid Frogs. Here Kat shares with us why this small group of Australian frogs are so unique, why …

VIDEO: You can introduce this threatened species to your garden with GroNATIVE!

Growing native plants in your garden has the potential to not only create a beautiful environment but can also have so many benefits for your local biodiversity. In fact some of our beautiful native plants could use your help as some of them are not doing so well out there in the wild due to …

VIDEO: Native stingless bees – Rescue and recovery (Part 5)

In this final video of our 5 part series on rescue and recovery of some native stingless bees Kieran talks about the progress of the hive once it was removed from the development site and how some unexpected challenges lay ahead for this little colony of bees. In case you missed them, click on these …

VIDEO: Beauty in nature: How to make a mandala box

Sometimes the simplest of ideas using materials from nature can provide the best of fun, whilst at the same time unlocking a child’s in-built creativity. Even better, by providing children with objects directly from nature they can learn to appreciate and seek out the incredible diversity and beauty that can be found outside if they …

VIDEO: Back from the Brink – Part 1: The Swamp Tea Tree (Melaleuca irbyana)

Following on from a previous article titled ‘Extinction is forever – and it is happening all around us‘ we wanted to follow up throughout 2017 on a much more positive note: by undertaking a series of videos which showcase the incredible work of so many people, who put in tireless efforts to try and reverse …

VIDEO: Native stingless bees – Rescue and recovery (Part 4)

In this video (part 4 of 5 videos) we watch as Mark and Kieran work together to cut the tree that contains a native bee hive so that it can be safely and carefully relocated away from the clearing works that would have otherwise have seen this hive destroyed. In this case the skilled work …

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