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Bonadio Corridor Mabi Stepping Stones

This project aims to improve and expand a corridor of endangered Mabi forest at Picnic Creek Crossing Reserve along the Barron River. This will be achieved by weeding 4 hectares and planting 3,120 native trees including species such as Pink Silky Oak and Atherton Sauropus. This project will provide a refuge/corridor area for an array of endemic Mabi fauna and flora species, including the threatened Spectacled Flying Fox and Tapping Green-eyed tree frog.
Barron River Catchment Management Association Incorporated
Amount allocated
Protecting Queensland's Threatened Species
Weeding and revegetation
Tablelands Regional Council
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
Last updated
23 August 2022
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