© Arkin Mackay
 
 
© Arkin Mackay
© Arkin Mackay ©  Jeff Douwes
 
 
Arkin Mackay
 
© Arkin Mackay
© Arkin Mackay
 
 
©  Lindsay Titmarsh
©  Lindsay Titmarsh
©  Lindsay Titmarsh
©  Lindsay Titmarsh
©  Lindsay Titmarsh
©  Lindsay Titmarsh
 
©  Lindsay Titmarsh
©  Lindsay Titmarsh
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TREES OF KNOWLEDGE The remarkable trees in this collection are a record of ecologically significant trees from the Mary River valley and its estuaries. Music by Lindsay Mottershead; Photos by A. Mackay and L. Titmarsh

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Music: Lindsay Mottershead; Photos: A. Mackay and L. Titmarsh.
Recently threatened by a dam proposed by the Queensland government. Most of the ancient fig species were in the proposed dam’s “footprint” and yet they were omitted from state government survey maps accompanying the dam report which has been sent to the Federal government for approval. Many creatures living in the mangroves of the Mary River estuaries rely on fresh water flows, yet they were ignored in the proposed dam’s environmental impact statement. With science like this, it is bizarre that Queenslanders are expected to trust their leaders in habitat protection for endangered species.

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TREES OF KNOWLEDGE The remarkable trees in this collection are a record of ecologically significant trees from the Mary River valley and its estuaries. Music by Lindsay Mottershead; Photos by A. Mackay and L. Titmarsh

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