Typical Gemini, with the concentration span of a gnat & not one for sitting still. My old Da used to say that "you're a long time dead". So my mantra is get busy living.Please join me for more at
Sometimes you donít see the forest for the trees
What are Wetlands?
Wetlands occur where water meets land. They include mangroves, peatlands and marshes, rivers and lakes, deltas, floodplains and flooded forests, rice-fields, and even coral reefs.
Why are Wetlands important?
Wetlands are among the world's most productive environments. They are cradles of biological diversity, providing the water and primary productivity upon which countless species of plants and animals depend for survival. They support high concentrations of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fish and invertebrate species.
World Wetlands Day will be celebrated at G J Walter Park, Toondah Harbour, Cleveland on Sunday, 2nd of February, from 8am till 11:30am.
Redlands2030 Inc, BirdLife Australia, the Australian Conservation Foundation and the Wilderness Society are working together to celebrate World Wetlands Day at this event to raise awareness of the importance of wetlands to our plant and animal species, and to promote actions to reverse its loss.
GJ Walter wetlands looking over to North Stradbroke Island