FOSI Newsletter, Issue #72, September 2015
- Premier to protect Straddie environment from sand mining
- Minjerribah’s sandy wallabies
- Council Orange Tape
- The Eastern Long-Necked Turtle
Premier Palaszczuk to protect Straddie environment from sand mining
Newman Government’s controversial changes
What Premier Palaszczuk said about sand mining
Friends of Stradbroke Island (FOSI)
as published, 30 August 2015 on Redlands 2030
What you can do to protect these gentle animals?
- Keep all dogs under control. It is particularly important that beach campers in bush areas keep their dogs on leads, as required by Straddie Camping, Dogs and cats should be indoors at night.
- Report any fox sightings to Redland City Council. Follow recommended speed limits and keep to them on the Island
- Support the end of land clearing for sandmining and the preservation of all habitat on the island.
Council Orange Tape
The Eastern Long-Necked Turtle
An intriguing island inhabitant
Article by Angela McLeod
The Spring Wildflowers Season in Full Swing - Pink leptospermum