I tawt I taw a putty tat. Wets get wid of da weeds

Spring has begun and as the weather starts to warm up before we know it we’ll be blessed with the arrival of beautiful flowers – flowers of all different colours, smells and sizes.

Unfortunately some of our bushland will be blanketed in yellow flowers from cat’s claw creeper – an aggressive, non-native vine that creeps up trees and smothers them causing significant impacts on our wildlife and waterways.

To help reduce the spread of cat’s claw creeper, SEQ Catchments has launched a photo competition open to anyone who spots this flower to submit their best photo and share their own story.

The top three entries will be showcased and receive some pretty cool prizes.

If taking photos isn’t your style but still keen to help save our wildlife and waterways from cat’s claw creeper contact the Gold Coast Catchment Association to get involved in their bug on creepy creeper campaign – it’s about biocontrol action!

Spring in to action by contacting Gold Coast Catchment Association – info@goldcoastcatchments.org / 0423 846 494. Or find out more about SEQ Catchments’ photo competition at apps.facebook.com/my-contests/catsclaw.

 

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