On the 14th of September 2020, Natura Pacific facilitated a tree planting day in the Logan Council Area, to aid in the recovery of one of the most threatened plant species in Logan, Melaleuca irbyana or the Weeping Paperbark. The current distribution of this species is limited to only around 1,000 hectares in the Logan
Friday, 24 February 2017 by Natura Pacific
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
Tuesday, 31 January 2017 by Natura Pacific
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
Friday, 04 November 2016 by Natura Pacific
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
Our Natura Consulting field team share with you a rare find as they come across the endangered native swamp tea-tree (Melaleuca irbyana) during vegetation surveys in Logan. To find out how we can help you with the environmental management of your project contact us today, or take a look at the Consulting services we offer.