The 100th my.Wildlife eBulletin got us thinking about the world’s 100 most threatened species and our own ‘top 10’.
The Australian government released its Threatened Species Strategy at the Threatened Species Summit in Melbourne on 16 July. Will it work?
Wildlife Queensland’s plastics campaign is making progress having recently achieved two very significant milestones.
The QGN is now using infra-red motion detection cameras to monitor tree hollow inhabitants in the Greater Glider Conservation Area.
Students keen on filming or animation who want to help wildlife can win great prizes by entering the Cicada Awards.
The 2015 Southern Branches Get-together and state AGM will be held on Coochiemudlo Island, 12 September. Register now.
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