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A Wild Future for Queensland

Website/Report

Project lead

Australian Trust for Conservation Volunteers

Partnerships

Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland

Richmond Birdwing Butterfly Network

Sunshine Coast Regional Council

Wildlife Land Fund Reef Catchments

Mackay Regional Councils

Pioneer Catchment and Landcare Group

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority

Bird Observation and Conservation Australia

Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service

Caltex

BMA

AON

Kraft

Rio Tinto Hail Creek Mine

Gladstone Ports Corp

Industries

(not documented)

Activities

On-ground work

Case study type

(none)

Funding source

Everyone’s Environment Grants - Round 1

Funding amount

$100,000

In-kind contribution

(not documented)

Start date

27 March 2013

End date

(not documented)

Summary

This project aims to remove noxious weeds, including lantana and Dutchman’s pipe, from 20ha of high value habitat and plant native trees and vines to provide habitat for native fauna.

Benefits

This project will:
  • provide multiple opportunities for Queenslanders to make a direct, positive contribution to securing the future of some of the state’s most threatened species
  • protect and increase habitat for the Richmond birdwing butterfly and migratory seabirds
  • protect nesting sites for the flatback turtle
  • protect and connect remnant habitat for the mahogany glider and tree kangaroo.

Lesson

(not documented)

Reference ID

120176

Last updated: 26 November 2014

This page should be cited as:

A Wild Future for Queensland, WetlandInfo 2014, Department of Environment and Heritage Protection, Queensland, viewed 30 October 2017, <https://wetlandinfo.ehp.qld.gov.au/wetlands/resources/tools/wetland-project/a-wild-future-for-queensland-4099/>.

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