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Both Labor and the LNP have already made commitments concerning the koala. Image by Francesco Scotti. What does the future hold for our wildlife? – November 2017 - With the election date almost upon us all political parties have been relatively quiet about the environment. How do the major parties' responses to our requests for comment compare, and what does the future hold for our wildlife?
RBB Appeal final report image(2) Over and above for the birdwing – October 2017 - We could not be more grateful for the success of our recent appeal to Bring Back the Birdwing which raised well over its target - all thanks to donors and supporters like you!
Grey-headed flying-foxes hanging out; they like to socialise. Photo by Vivien Jones Balancing the bat argument – October 2017 - As Brisbane residents demand the dispersal of local flying-fox camps, Wildlife Queensland balances the argument on behalf of our bats.
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Published by Wildlife Queensland, Wildlife Australia is Australia’s oldest surviving wildlife magazine and nature journal, featuring articles by experts, researchers and award-winning natural history authors and showcasing the photography of some of the continent’s most talented photographers. For more than half a century, from its beginnings in 1963 – when world-famous poet Judith Wright was at the editorial helm –Wildlife Australia has been informing readers about Australian species and helping preserve some of our most vulnerable ecosystems. A quarterly, 48-page full-colour magazine, Wildlife Australia is published in print for thousands of international and Australian subscribers, and is also available digitally.