Tag - queensland

3
Jun

VIDEO: Back from the Brink – Grey-headed Flying Fox

This World Environment Day we examine one of the most talked-about Australian animals – the Grey-headed Flying fox The spectacle of hundreds of flying foxes gliding in to roost across our cities and towns is fast disappearing. The species is now protected by law but its population is still declining. In this episode of ‘Back …

5
Oct

VIDEO: Back from the Brink – Swamp Orchid

This stunning native orchid was once found up and down Australia’s east coast. Today, as a result of poaching and habitat loss, it is extremely rare. Learn what is being done to help the ongoing survival of this unique and beautiful Australian plant. The ‘Back from the Brink’ series is the first of its kind …

13
Sep

Queensland joins fight against plastic bags

Have you heard the news about plastic bags? The Queensland Government has not long ago implemented changes to the types of plastic shopping bags that are allowed to be given to customers by retailers. And one thing is for sure – these changes will more than likely affect most of us if we are not …

30
Sep

Ecological Assessment – Karana Downs QLD

This ecological assessment was undertaken by Natura Pacific in 2015 in order to assess and report on the viability of a proposed development for a single building and its associated infrastructure from an ecological perspective. The study involved desktop assessments of relevant databases and maps in order to identify potential constraints, ecological communities, habitats and …

30
Sep

Weed Management and Threatened Flora Survey – Western Downs QLD

During 2013 to 2014 Natura Pacific were engaged to undertake field vegetation assessments, mapping and reporting as part of the Weed Management Plan and Threatened Flora Survey along easement and access trails for a powerline extension near Roma in Queensland’s Western Downs Region. The areas surveyed was ~100 km long and between 60 to 90 …

3
Jun

VIDEO: GroNATIVE with our amazing local native plants!

Natura Pacific, in collaboration with Griffith University, is very excited to be working on a new project ‘GroNATIVE’. GroNATIVE will give south east Queenslanders an easy to use resource that can help guide you in the selection of locally native plants for your garden or landscaping project. Dr Rochelle Steven is working hard researching the species that are readily …

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