Control of rubber vine programs need to be planned.
Developing guidelines to better manage grazing country.
Ghost Bats are large and grey with prominent ears that are joined for more than half thier length.
In ecology, ‘disturbance’ is generally used as a technical term to describe the removal of vegetation—or other
When savannas burn, more than 90% of grassy fuels is given off as smoke. This smoke consists of water vapour, a range of other gases and very fine particulates.
The Cape York Peninsular Weeds and Feral Animal Program is currently funded under a new NHT grant titled Strategic Pest Planning, Management and Community...
Cattle stations do it tough in dry years.
TS-CRC Student project - Aspects of tropical heathland ecology - Floristics and patterning of vegetation communities at Cape Flattery, North Queensland
Tropical heathland assemblages have been identified as a unique feature of Cape York Peninsula. However, as with many of the vegetation assemblages in this area, little is known of their ecology...
Preventing weeds from establising and key processes for management.
Red Goshawks are slightly smaller in size, yet heavier than Black Kites, and have streaky reddish-brown feathers and distinctly yellow legs.
Crimson Finch are small birds; males are blood red and females a grey-brown with a red bill.
Flocks of Crimson Finch indicate that rank grasses around swamps are protected from grazing.
Black-faced Woodswallows measure apporoximately 18cm from bill to tail. The presence of these swallows indicates woodlands are well managed.
Polly wanna peanut?
The peanut growers of Lakeland in Cape York have found an innovative way to stop Red-tailed Black-Cockatoos ( Calyptorhynchus banksii ) from eating their...
The Cape York Peninsula Landcare Program is part of the national Landcare movement, providing Landcare support to community groups and land managers across the...
Grader Grass was one of those weeds that crept in while no-one was looking.