A glider in the Finger Gullies

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A squirrel glider has been sighted in the Solar St Gully (also known as Eva St Park) - above Majestic Park, Coorparoo.  It shows that the mature eucalypts in this area are being used by fauna!

See images below (a little fuzzy but clearly the animal is a glider!).  This is evidence of the potential usefulness of the Finger Gullies to wildlife.  We hope it will help persuade Habitat Brisbane to take on the Gullies as a bushcare site.  In the meantime we will help locals make progress. 

In fact, our latest grant application to extend the planting in the Octantis St gully has just been approved!  So early next year there will be a doubling of that planting.  Thanks to all the great people who've come to the various working bees so far!

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