Wild Mob & Murri School help protect Moreton Bay’s turtles and dolphins
Wild Mob and Indigenous students from the Murri School in Brisbane teamed up on Stradbroke Island early this week to help protect turtles, seabirds and other wildlife in Moreton Bay from marine debris.
Moreton Bay seagrass projected to drastically decline with sea level rise
A new study of the seagrass meadows in Moreton Bay, Queensland found that a significant proportion of valuable seagrass habitats would be lost without action to offset the affects of climate change. "The area of seagrass habitat was predicted to decline by 17% by 2100 under a scenario of SLR of 1.1 m." said the study. Read more...
Seagrass friendly moorings project rolled out in Moreton Bay
A coalition of community groups is urging Brisbane residents to be more vigilant about protecting the popular marine playground of Moreton Bay from rubbish and debris. Read more...
Are you a University student? Want to help Moreton Bay's marine life? Join the next WildMob Marine Wildlife Conservation Project in June! Read more...
Students get hands on with turtle conservation in Moreton Bay
Marine Wildlife Conservation Project launched
As a key partner in the ‘Lifeline for Moreton Bay’ initiative, Wild Mob has established a brand new 4-day education and conservation pilot program: Moreton Bay Marine Wildlife Conservation Project.
This new project will enable interested school groups and university students to live on North Stradbroke Island for four days at Moreton Bay Research Station and volunteer their time. Read more...
Lifeline for Moreton Bay Project partner Healthy Waterways announce first round of successful applicants for the Community Waterway Litter Cleanup Grants. Read more...