Opportunities to enhance private property for the protection of native plants and animals are available through Council's Land for Wildlife, Backyards for Wildlife and Voluntary Conservation programs.
Backyards for Wildlife is a regional program that supports and recognises the efforts of owners of smaller bushland blocks to preserve local wildlife habitat and link wildlife corridors in the urban environment.
Land for Wildlife is a unique, voluntary program which provides resources to private land holders and community groups managing land with existing wildlife habitat.
Provides landholders with the opportunity and assistance to protect significant nature conservation areas or in perpetuity.
We invite residents to get outside and enjoy the region, up close with our amazing native plants, animals and landscapes.
Opportunities to enhance private property for the protection of native plants and animals are available through Council's Land for Wildlife, Voluntary Conservation and Backyards for Wildlife programs.
Moreton Bay Regional Council’s Research Partnerships Program supports collaborative scientific research with educational institutions, community groups, and government agencies on issues affecting the environment.