All tagged Habitat Brisbane

The Fort Bushland Reserve

The Fort Bushland Reserve is one of the few remaining lowland dry vine forests left in Brisbane, which gives it a special botanical significance. It is home to swamp wallabies, bandicoots, echidnas and squirrel gliders, and there has been a proliferation of native bees and butterflies, and other insects.

A horse named Caesar

Dotted around Brisbane are many, often small, bushcare reserves that make up Habitat Brisbane. Caesar’s Place is just one of these. The volunteers here are doing their bit to help save the endangered Richmond birdwing butterfly.