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By Mark Simpson The Spotted-tailed Quoll is the largest marsupial carnivore currently living on the mainland of Australia. Once widely distributed throughout the continent, it has seen a 50 to 90% reduction in Photo © Jo McLellan range since European settlement, with the current population being estimated at between 5,500 and 10,000. Both males and …

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Eye of Saltwater Crocodile ca. 1998 Northern Territory, Australia

Crocodile policy and practices in Queensland continue to generate angst, fall well short of best practice and fail to achieve an acceptable balance between protecting crocodiles and people.

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Josh Griffiths of cesar Australia and Tamielle Brunt of UQ taking water samples at Moggill Creek.

WPSQ’s PlatypusWatch Network uses cutting edge survey techniques to reduce the secrecy around the survival of our platypus.

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WPSQ’s current student interns introduce themselves and discuss the symbiotic relationship that is the industry placement program.

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Wildlife Queensland presenter Nicole Martin at a PetPEP visit to Bulimba State School. Image © Karen Stevenson

Do your children or grandchildren know the difference between wildlife and domestic pets? Are they aware of how to be responsible pet owners or who to call about injured wildlife? You could help

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The WPSQ display at Threatened Species Day 2016, manned by student interns (left to right) Alexandra Brown, Nathan Cooper and Courtney Peirce.

Student intern Alexandra Brown considers both sides of the human-wildlife interaction at this annual event in Brisbane’s Queen Street mall.

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Four years after the establishment of the Coral Sea Reserve, a proposed reduction in the full-protection zone is set to occur with incredibly detrimental impacts. Wildlife Queensland urges you to have your say!

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Become a Wildlife Protector and make saving Queensland’s wildlife part of your everyday life! What is the Wildlife Protector Program In March 2004, Wildlife Queensland expanded its activities to protect and conserve Queensland’s threatened plant and animal species, and needed a sustained funding boost. The Society saw the Wildlife Protector Program as a way to …

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The Gold Coast and Hinterland branch protects wildlife and their habitats through campaigns such as Save Our Spit, hinterland protection (including protecting Springbrook); workshops such as nest building workshops; submissions; and public awareness/education activities, such as our annual display on World Environment Day. We always welcome new members and members to be on the committee. …

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