On a very windy afternoon students from the University of Georgia in the USA visited Noosa as part of their Spring Semester in Australia, Fiji, Hawaii, and New Zealand. In Australia,… read more →
After the recent rain many fungi just appeared overnight. There are many, many fungi…not just the mushroom we eat. They are not well studied due to lack of interest in… read more →
Welcome to our April – May 2017 E-news Assessing the Biopassage of the Noosa Catchment by Ilana Kelly, Projects Assistant Following similar work done in the Burnett-Mary Region and Great… read more →
Welcome to our February – March 2017 E-news Happy New Year to all and welcome to new readers Coxen’s Fig Parrot versus Little Lorikeet by Rae O’Flynn, Project Officer I… read more →
My partner’s 10 year old daughter, Molly has grown up in the bush. She has been able to see lots of animals that city kids don’t get to see. Sometimes… read more →
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