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Recognition of our work
Help count glossy black cockatoos
Great spring reading - and more - at the Piccabeen Bookshop
Our bookshop always has a great range of quality second-hand books at low cost, and given the quck turnover you're sure to find a book you're keen to read!

We're also branching out into selling quality second-hand CDs and DVDs - so if you've got any that are simply taking up space - we'd be very happy to take them off your hands.

While you're at it, do drop in to chat with the volunteers, find information about our Landcare  work and browse the hundreds of donated books while you're there.

Gift vouchers are available too.
The Piccabeen Bookshop is maintained entirely by volunteers and all income is returned to TM Landcare's projects.
Shop 15 / 10 Main St Nth Tamborine (behind the shops and down the laneway beside The Haere Mai cafe)
News Flash
Monday 1st October 2012 
Recognition for our Landcare work
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2012 Queensland Regional Achievement & Community Awards


We've just been advised that Tamborine Mountain Landcare has been selected as one of  ten semi-finalists for an Environment & Landcare Award.


This is great news, since the Queensland Regional Achievement and Community Awards organisers receive many quality nominations for organisations that are dedicated to enhancing  regional and rural communities across Queensland.


In early October a judging panel will select the three finalists and winners in our category. We'll keep you posted!
Meanwhile, to have been recognised in this way is a credit to all the Tamborine Mountain Landcare individuals who contribute in various ways to our achievements in regenerating rainforest.
We thank you all!
Glossy black cockatoos: help count the birds
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This species is listed as vulnerable in Queensland.

Volunteers are needed to help observe glossy black cockatoos as part of an annual regional birding day on Sunday 14th October 2012.
If you would like to participate, for more information visit the website

What's involved? Helpers need to register their interest via this site, attend a workshop on identifying the birds, and then participate in the survey on 14th October in a designated area. 
It's a great way to learn more about these interesting members of the cockatoo family and add to our knowledge of their habits and habitats.  





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