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..
Myrtle Rust ‘A Growing Problem’ by Kristy Stevenson 27 September 2022 (6:30pm, for 7:pm start) Brookfield Hall Refreshments provided Myrtle Rust – a..
How well do you know the local wildlife? You are invited to meet the Wildlife Identification Challenge! CAN you identify these native animals..
The Collared Delma The Collared Delma (Delma torquata) is a small legless lizard with a distinctive glossy black head with orange-yellow stripes. It..
Putting Back the Forest We often receive enquiries about the book: Putting Back the Forest: A Landcare Guide for Brookfield, Pullenvale and Moggill, published..
It’s time to get your your entries ready for the 2022 MCCG Photo Competition now in its 24th year! Check out the flyers..
Pheasant Coucal We have a pair of Pheasant Coucals living up the hill behind our house. They are not true Pheasants and were..
How well do you know the local wildlife? You are invited to meet the Wildlife Identification Challenge! CAN you identify these native birds..
How well do you know the local wildlife? You are invited to meet the Wildlife Identification Challenge! CAN you identify these native birds of..
Myrtle Rust – a growing problem! Plants from the Myrtaceae family are iconic in the Australian native environment, with gum trees, lilly pillys,..
Join us at Kenmore Library on Tuesday June 28th at 6.30pm (for 7pm) to hear distinguished guest speaker Dr Bill McDonald presenting: Brisbane..
Eye spy with my little eye … a water dragon, an echidna, Black-eyed Susan, a red triangle slug, Mare’s eggs, a Northern Mountain..
The Koala – a species under threat! The koala is one of the most well-known Australian animals. It is a marsupial, like many..
How well do you know the local wildlife? You are invited to meet the Wildlife Identification Challenge! CAN you identify these native..
Mark your calendar!
Volunteers needed to take part in a macro-invertebrate, fish identification and water health survey. Citizen Science Events – Monday 6th June – Waterway..
Recent Flooding We all remember well the recent rainfall event. Over the four days 25th – 28th February in Kenmore Hills we recorded..
Moggill Magic this issue features the Moggill Creek Catchment Group Newsletter which has been published quarterly since the Group was started 22 years..
Across Gold Creek from my hide, where I have been monitoring a breeding Platypus in recent years, is a Sandpaper Fig. Its notable..
How well do you know the local wildlife? You are invited to meet the Wildlife Identification Challenge! CAN you identify these native turtles..
Post flood site assessments have now been done by Habitat Brisbane and bushcare working bees have recommenced around the catchment. Why not join..
MCCG is very proud to host Monica Richter for an evening talk on Wednesday April 20th at 7pm. Monica Richter, Senior Manager, Low..
In our modern world we take little notice of the twice-yearly migrations of huge numbers of our native birds. Knowledge of these seasonal..
Surviving the floods has been a test of our resilience in recent times, but how do the local wildlife manage the storms and..
Get your cuppa and sit down and enjoy this jam packed Autumn issue with a focus on Floods, Birds and Trees! Click on..
Habitat Brisbane has requested we do not commence works on our Bushcare sites until they have been assessed by Habitat Brisbane staff. The..
Six native species and one invasive gecko are found in Brisbane. Of the natives, dubious dtella (Gehyra dubia) are common in outer western..
Please join us for the rescheduled 2021 AGM Tuesday 15th February 6.30pm for 7pm (finish 9pm) Brookfield Hall (Showgrounds) Welcome our incoming Chairperson..
Grass invaders! Sighted in local creek! Invasive grass species are causing environmental havoc all over the globe. In fact, you don’t have to..
How well do you know the local wildlife? You are invited to meet the Wildlife Identification Challenge! CAN you identify these invasive weeds..
Dragonflies are primitive animals that have successfully survived since Gondwana times. They are important insects that are both predator and prey and feature..
Lacewings are a diverse and interesting group that are an important part of the insect fauna in the Moggill Creek catchment area. They..
Due to bad weather last year the Creek Health Monitoring Project survey events have been rescheduled to January 2022. Saturday 15th January Brookfield..
In the summer newsletter… We say goodbye and a huge thank you to our outgoing Chairman for the last four years – Jim Pope..
As you may know the 2021 AGM did not go ahead as planned on Nov 25th due to the lack of nominations to..
In this month’s edition of Wildlife Matters, Rebecca Bain shines a light on the after dark antics of flying-foxes and shares why these..
Know Your Wildlife How well do you know the local wildlife? You are invited to meet the Wildlife Identification Challenge! CAN you identify..
Annual General Meeting 2021 Everyone Welcome! When Thursday, 25th November 2021 at 7pm (doors open 6.30pm) Where Brookfield Showground Hall Vacant positions: Chairperson & Secretary...