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VIDEO: Native stingless bees – Rescue and recovery (Part 3)

In this third video of the series, Kieran shows how the native beehive is prepared in the field for translocation away from its current site, which is due to be cleared for development. In this way the bees, and any other fauna located in this area will be carefully relocated to another location prior to …

VIDEO: Outdoor play – simple and valuable

In our modern times it is an unfortunate fact that many children are missing out on the benefits of outdoor play. As time moves on researchers are increasingly finding that children benefit in so many ways by getting back outside and into nature as they develop, learn and grow (click here to read an interesting …

VIDEO: Native stingless bees – Rescue and recovery (Part 2)

Welcome back to our video series all about the translocation of a hive of native stingless bees. This is part 2 of a five part series (click on these links to see Part 1, Part 3, Part 4 and Part 5). In this video Kieran runs through what equipment he is preparing for the rescue and …

VIDEO: Native stingless bees – Rescue and recovery (Part 1)

Did you know that Australia has it’s very own native bees? They are much smaller and harder to spot than the traditional honey bees that have been introduced here, nor do they deliver the sometimes nasty sting that their Europen cousins do. In fact our native bees are a critically important part of the ecological …

VIDEO: Why not try growing finger limes – a native citrus

Did you know that Australia has its very own species of native citrus? In fact there are a total of six different Aussie citrus species but the most well known is without a doubt the finger lime. The Australian finger lime (Citrus australasica) is becoming an increasingly popular and sought after ingredient in the culinary world …

VIDEO: An endangered oasis – Swamp Tea-tree forest of South-east Qld

The Swamp Tea-tree (Melaleuca irbyana) Forest of South East Queensland has been listed under federal legislation as being ‘Critically Endangered’ as a result of this community having been extensively cleared from its natural range. Find out more information about this listing here. Join Mark as he visits one of the remaining remnants of this unique …

VIDEO: Our beautiful water birds – take a closer look

The Gold Coast is blessed with a huge network of of waterways and lake systems of both fresh and salt water, and even better, many are teeming with wildlife. In this video Rochelle shares an up close and personal glimpse of a few of our native water birds that are living in the freshwater lake …

VIDEO: Go green and save with homemade wet wipes

There are so many clever ways you can go green and can save a few dollars around the home while making better choices for the health of your family and the environment. In this video Kieran shows you how to quickly and simply make your very own wet wipes. For more ideas on go green life …

VIDEO: Native beauty for your garden – GroNATIVE

The native beauty that Australia’s own plant life can offer often doesn’t receive the accolades it deserves! This is particularly the case when we look at what so many of us choose to plant in our gardens – because if we choose natives, we are are choosing to protect our precious biodiversity too! But very …

VIDEO: Koala habitat surveys – A close encounter

Our Natura Consulting field team spend a lot of time doing work focused on locating and monitoring koala habitat, so it is a memorable day when they get to encounter a koala using the habitat they are so familiar with. One of our consultants, Mick recently had this pleasure and was keen to share the …

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