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Wildlife on Private Lands

Wildlife on Private Lands

Saturday 29th March 2008

Beaudesert Information and Arts Centre, Mt Lindsay Highway Beaudesert (near High School).

  • Detecting and identifying wildlife, conservation status of species, habitat needs. Wildlife as controllers of pest species and pollinators of flowers. Eco-friendly ways of coping with problem animals. Feeding of wildlife. Potential passive income from wildlife tourism for land-holders (and public liability problems)
  • Ronda Green: “Identifying and observing wildlife on your land, encouraging the welcome and gently discouraging the not-so-welcome”
  • Keith McCosh, Scenic Rim Regional Council “Scenic Rim Regiona Council”
  • Jaap Vogel, LandCare “One ecosystem for cats, cows and carpet pythons (Steps in decision taking and support in regen of private land)”
  • Michelle Plant, University of Queensland ”Feeding Wildlife – Considerations and Good Practice
  • Tracy Engwirda and Louise Saunders, BatCare “Enhancing habitat for microbats “
  • Passive income from birdwatching and other wildlife tourism on private lands, and public liability issues. This was defered until the workshop on wildlife tourism.
  • Ronda Green: “Identifying and observing wildlife on your land, encouraging the welcome and gently discouraging the not-so-welcome”
  • Keith McCosh, Scenic Rim Regional Council ” Scenic Rim Regional Council “
  • Jaap Vogel, LandCare “One ecosystem for cats, cows and carpet pythons (Steps in decision taking and support in regen of private land)”
  • Michelle Plant, University of Queensland ”Feeding Wildlife – Considerations and Good Practice
  • Tracy Engwirda and Louise Saunders, BatCare “Enhancing habitat for microbats”
  • Passive income from birdwatching and other wildlife tourism on private lands, and public liability issues. This was defered until the workshop on wildlife tourism.
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