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As another year of protecting our unique and fascinating wildlife draws to a close, our President invites us to stop for a while and look at why each of us feels so strongly about doing just that.

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7 December marks 25 years since Fraser Island was inscribed on the World Heritage List. Tradition Owners, the Butchulla People, EHP and NPSR invite us all to help celebrate the milestone.

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FEATURED roos

At a recent meeting called by the Macropod Management Unit, Wildlife Queensland was encouraged by some significant positive changes for Queensland’s roos.

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FEATURED compost

With plastic bags on the way out in Queensland, we’ve been road-testing ways to reduce our household waste even further. Check out our top two composting system picks!

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True to their word both major political parties have provided statements on their intentions with regards to the environment and its wildlife this election.

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Both Labor and the LNP have already made commitments concerning the koala. Image by Francesco Scotti.

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?

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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!

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Grey-headed flying-foxes hanging out; they like to socialise. Photo by Vivien Jones

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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Wildlife Queensland welcomes the news that the core population of BNTs at Taunton could be as high as 423 animals.

Rangers and researchers are excited by a boom in bridled nailtail (BNT) wallaby numbers at Taunton National Park (Scientific) where funds raised by Wildlife Queensland have clearly been making a difference for this endangered species.

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Male O. alexandrae recently emerged from its chrysalis by Angelus Palik

As Wildlife Queensland works to bring back the Richmond birdwing butterfly in south-east Queensland, a ‘sister project’ is giving a lifeline to the endangered Queen Alexandra’s birdwing of Papua New Guinea.

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