We can't wait for the holidays! Oodles of fun are waiting for our kids, and all of it outdoors. From pirates trying to find their ship and treasures all across the Cubberla Creek Reserve, to mindfulness and creatively expressing their love for nature to lantern making, to night games and marshmallows at the fire pit, great excitement is to be had at CWCN. This will be popular. More information and a registration form can be found in our flyer.
CWCN Workshop on Creating Habitat for Small Birds, for Frogs
All animals thrive when functioning habitat conditions exist. Each fauna type has specific requirements. Through rehabilitation work in bushland, along waterways and in our gardens we can support these needs by creating structures and organising/establishing plant communities accordingly. - Dr Phil Bird/Queensland Frog Society will talk about our amphibian friends, their needs and how to create habitat for them, while Jutta Godwin/Cubberla-Witton Catchments Network will provide information about the smallest members of our avian community and explain ways to create living conditions which are reasonably safe from predators and provide food abundance for these tiny feathered friends. For more information and the registration form click here.
Bird Walks in Brisbane's inner western catchments
Join us for another series of our popular bird walks and visit six attractive sights, get to know our beautiful catchments, observe how our rehabilitation sites are doing, learn about the needs for habitat and wildlife movement corridors, and do all this while among a group of enthusiastic and social people who love our natural environment as much as you do. Check out our flyer with the current walks. (Photos: Sylvia Alexander)
CWCN Workshop Series on Fauna, Flora and Fungi 2018-2019
Ten workshops on topics ranging from macroinvertebrates, to mistletoes, to fungi, small mammals will be hosted until July 2019. We are celebrating local biodiversity and want to improve and share knowledge about it and on how to protect it. Take the opportunity and book in to all or some of those workshops which were made possible through a grant (Fed. Government/National Landcare Program Environment Small Grant) and sponsorship by Brisbane City Council's Community Conservation Partnerships Program as well as support by Queensland Water and Landcarers and The Local Bulltin. We are grateful to them all. Further information can be obtained by checking our our overall flyer for the program or individual flyers above.