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Join us for the next MCCG Evening Talk where our Chair Sandy Pollock will present ‘Vines of Moggill Creek Catchment – the good..
The Moggill Creek Catchment Group invites you to join the annual platypus survey to help monitor the local population. Date and time Sunday,..
It is time to get snapping and get your entries ready for the 2023 Photo Competition! Click here to download the OPEN CATEGORIES..
THE Common Keelback (Tropidonophis mairii) is a species of non-venomous snake found throughout much of eastern Queensland. They are also known as the..
THE presence or absence of certain bird species is a clear indicator of the suitability of the local environment. It can be a useful..
Tuesday 27 June 2023 (6:30pm, for 7:pm start) Kenmore Library Refreshments provided Myrtle Rust – a growing problem. Plants from the Myrtaceae family..
Prized Aquarium Fishes in Local Creeks We have two small fish in Gold and Moggill Creeks that have hit the world stage as..
Another fabulous edition put together by Cathi and contributed to by many Moggill Creek Catchment Group members. Find out what has been happening,..
Kids’ Day at The Cottage is almost here so spread the word far and wide … to your grandchildren, neighbours and friends. Everyone..
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Our recent Moggill Creek Catchment Group (MCCG) ‘Huntington/Tuckett’ bushcare group working bee was a great success, with a total of 36 volunteers participating..
Have you ever thought about volunteering but weren’t sure when, how or what to expect!? Try MICRO-VOLUNTEERING! It’s the perfect sample-size chunks to..
A big thank you to Hugh Possingham for leading about 30 people on a wonderful MCCG Bird Walk along the creek on the..
If you would like to read the recently updated MCCG Rules please go to the Governance page and click on the link for..
How well do you know the local wildlife? You are invited to meet the Wildlife Identification Challenge! CAN you identify these pigeons and..
The word “bug” has many meanings, often referring to just any insect, and even software glitches, but this one is a real bug,..
The Autumn newsletter is jam packed full of future and past events (Kids’ Day, Photo comp and the Sawmill Walk), threatened species, words..
*** Unfortunately we have had to cancel the event due to technical difficulties at the Kenmore Library. We will reschedule this event. ***..
It was third time lucky for the rescheduled grand opening of the Old Gold Creek Sawmill Forest Walk, officiated by Green’s MP for..
Brisbane is reputed to be the only major city in the world in which a significant proportion (around 20% – 30%) of houses..
Was one of your New Years’ resolutions to get more involved in your community? Wy not join one of our bushcare working bees!..
One of the biggest threats to native wildlife and natural habitats in Australia is posed by invasive species. Introduced animals, especially feral cats,..
Learn about some of the cool fungi you have probably seen in our catchment. Published in
Another fabulous and jam packed MCCG Newsletter has just been published. With thanks to our tireless editor Cathi and all the contributors to..
We are losing some of our most colourful and descriptive language. What is worse we are replacing names of our plants, birds, mammals..
The Grand Opening Event is to be rescheduled again. Unfortunately parliament will be sitting on Dec 3rd so our officiating guest is now unavailable…
Notice of Annual General Meeting and Call for Nominations The Moggill Creek Catchment Group Committee invites you to attend the 2022 Annual General..
At first glance these butterflies could be mistaken for each other. Both occur locally. They are similar in size and have the same..
How well do you know the local wildlife? You are invited to meet the Wildlife Identification Challenge! Can you identify these butterflies of..
We’re hosting a new survey round, and we’d love to see you there. Join us for Creek Health Monitoring Project Spring 2022, across..
The 2022 AGM is scheduled for Tuesday 22nd November Brookfield Showgrounds Hall Doors open 6.30pm for 7pm start Guest Speaker – to be..
The 24th MCCG Photo Competition was another big success! 82 photos for the open categories were submitted by 22 photographers and 22 photos..
Wonderful Waterways There’s more than meets the eye in our creeks. In the Moggill Creek Catchment, there are at least 20 species of..
How well do you know the local wildlife? You are invited to meet the Wildlife Identification Challenge! Can you identify these fish of..
Unfortunately Kristy Stevenson is unwell and unable to present tonight on Myrtle Rust but the talk will be rescheduled to a later date…
The Spring Newsletter is another fabulous read. Grab yourself a cuppa and enjoy the latest MCCG offering. SPRING Newsletter 2022 With thanks to..
The main feature of the Moggill Creek Catchment is the creek system that formed the area. It is dominated by Moggill Creek, which..