Meetings are the last Friday of the month starting at 7.30pm
Redlands IndigiScapes Centre Runnymede Road Capalaba

Friday 30th June 2017

Our Speaker for June is Matt Cecil from Wildlife Queensland and Jenny Davis from Redland Council.
They will be talking about our local gliding marsupials.

Australian glider

All six species of Australian glider are found in Queensland, five of them in the south-east of the State. They range in size from the tiny feathertail glider, which can sit in a child’s hand, to the solitary and regionally vulnerable greater glider.

Come along to a free night of great talks and hear about our local gliders and the great work that is being done to help protect them for future generations.
A light supper is provided.

Light supper provided



Friday 28th July 2017

Speaker to be advised



Mangrove Watch Cleveland - next date to be advised

Mangrove Watch

Help the Mangrove Watch survey team to monitor the mangroves of Moreton Bay. Wildlife Queensland's monitoring project collects valuable data on mangrove health.

Why not join the Bayside Branch Mangrove Watch on their next monitoring session at Cleveland. Spend a couple of hours with us contributing to the health of Queensland's coastline and marine environments.

When tba.
Where Cul-de-sac at the end of Long Street Cleveland.
Wear Enclosed footwear, old clothes (you will get muddy)
Bring Water, mosquito repellent, hat and sunscreen.
Reward checking on the health of the mangroves, good company and the refreshments afterwards.
Finish Contact Steve on 0423 036 676
To register contact Steve email bayside@wildlife.org.au




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Mangrove seedling - Cleveland site

Mangrove seedling - Cleveland site
© Maureen Tottenham


Black-fronted Dotterel

Black-fronted Dotterel
© Brett Parnell


Seagrass watch

Seagrass watch