Wildlife Projects

The society and its branches have a number of wildlife projects operating many of which have been gathering valuable data for a number of years. These projects also provide educational material and seek to involve the wider community. Listed below are a selection of projects that offer opportunities for members of the community to contribute to the data collection process

Bearded Dragon

Bearded Dragon
© Brett Parnell

Project Newsletters and Reports

(click on links below to open a newsletter or right click and select "save as" to download the newsletter)

Curlew Watch Newsletter Mangrove Watch Newsletter Seagrass Watch Newsletter
  No'11 - August 2013  
  No'10 - February / March 2013  
  No'9 - October / November 2012  
  No'8 - June / July 2012  
  No'7 - February 2012  
Info sheet 10 - November 2011 No'6 - September 2011 Gold Coast Newsletter no'7 - July 2011
  No'5 - March 2011 Morton Bay Newsletter no'35 - July 2011
  No'4 - October 2010 Gold Coast Newsletter no'6 - March 2011
Info sheet 9 - November 2009 No'3 - June 2010 Morton Bay Newsletter no'34 - February 2011

Monitoring of Moreton Bay mangrove communities using Mangrove Watch methods 2010 - 2011
Report No. 2 (permit: QS2009/MAN21)
Final Report Ornate Rainbowfish, Rhadinocentrus ornatus, project. (Save the Sunfish, Grant ID: 19393)
June 2010 Newsletter no'3