Plants Flora Fauna

Paperbark

Tags: Paperbark. Plants. Flora. Fauna. National parks and Wildlife Queensland. Island Assets: Plant of the month. BRIBIE ISLAND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ASSOCIATION Melaleuca quinquenervia - Paperbark. This month we continue with our celebration of the flora along Ian Fairweather...
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Fungi Galore – Fungus

Tags: Fungi. Fungus. Flora and Fauna. Wildlife. Australian Flora. Plants. Bribie Island With consistent rainfall at the beginning of autumn, the countryside has sprung to life with the emergence of a multitude of mushrooms in...
Mushrooms. Fungus. Fungi. Flora and Fauna. Plants. Vegetation. Bribie island. Brisbane. Queensland.

THE MYSTERIOUS MUSHROOMS

Tags: Mushrooms. Fungus. Fungi. Flora and Fauna. Plants. Vegetation. Bribie island. Brisbane. Queensland. Everyone knows that the occasional appearance of mushrooms after a few days of rain is not particularly unusual but on the grass...
Gardening

Garden gets a visit – Gardening

Tags: Gardening. Garden. Plants. Flora. Fauna. GARDEN GETS A VISIT One of the more noticeable features to be seen on a drive around the streets of Bribie Island is the many very well cared for gardens...
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Fauna & Flora – Grass Trigger Plant

Tags: Australian native plants. Flora. A truly amazing perennial herb is the Grass Trigger Plant. It is called a Trigger Plant because the flower actually has a trigger in the form of its club-shaped stamen...

The Plant Patch

WEEDING WONDERLAND. WITH THE JOY OF GARDENING COMES THE TASK OF WEEDING BUT WITH A BIT OF PLANNING, THIS CAN BE EASY TO MANAGE. A weed is simply a plant in the wrong place. This...

Pelican Perches Take Flight

Work has started this week on the installation of pelican perches across every single remaining light pole on Bribie Island Bridge. “I couldn’t be more excited that our iconic bridge is going to have...

Pale Headed Rosella – Platycercus adscitus

Pale-headed Rosellas are one of the most colourful birds we have in our area. They are fairly common, and you may be lucky enough to have them pay a visit to your garden. The difference...

Nankeen or Rufous Night-Herons

Nankeen or Rufous Night-Herons as they are sometimes called are often seen on Bribie Island. It is not unusual to see groups of up to 10 roosting in the cottonwood trees at Buckley’s Hole...