Would you like to plant trees in the Scenic Rim as part of a wildlife corridors project to protect squirrel gliders and other native wildlife? Find out how.
Updated: 2 September 2020
31 August 2020
During August, Wildlife Queensland Scenic Rim Branch members and volunteers commenced wildlife corridor plantings at Mt Alford and Wallaces Creek near Boonah in the Scenic Rim region.
The corridor plantings are part of a larger project to connect Scenic Rim habitats through wildlife corridors, working with local landholders to help squirrel gliders and other native wildlife survive and thrive.
Our primary selection of plants for wildlife corridors in the Scenic Rim is with squirrel gliders in mind, says Branch President Dr Ronda Green.
“We would however like the corridors to benefit as many other native forest species as possible. Accordingly, we have selected a number of plants we think will assist a number of species,” says Dr Green.
Call for volunteers: planting
Would you like to be a part of the Scenic Rim Wildlife Corridors Project? WPSQ Scenic Rim Branch has organised more planting days this month and is asking for interested volunteers to get in touch. Current confirmed planting days in September are:
When: Saturday, 5 September
Also, we’ll be holding a display on our corridors project at the Beaudesert Market on the morning of Saturday, 5 September, so please come along and say hello if you’re in the vicinity.
When: Saturday, 19 September
Where: at Juli de Visser’s, Milford (between Boonah and Kooralbyn)
Glorious Gliders: A Wildlife Queensland Webinar
Did you catch Dr Ronda Green’s presentation about squirrel gliders and the Scenic Rim Wildlife Corridors Project at our Glorious Gliders webinar in July? You can download the presentations and watch the recording on the Glorious Gliders web page.