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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.
Recipient
Barron River Catchment Management Association Incorporated
Amount allocated
$68,438.00
Category
Protecting Queensland's Threatened Species
Round
3
Activity
Weeding and revegetation
LGA
Tablelands Regional Council
Licence
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
Last updated
9 July 2019
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