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Biodiversity is under threat The symbol of WLFL is the Queensland bottle tree because it is unique to our State and symbolises the habitats that WLFL wishes to preserve Queensland’s natural heritage and biodiversity are threatened by pressures that are hard to contain: urban development, inappropriate land use leading to habitat loss, feral animals and …

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Trusts

Wildlife Queensland is supported by the following semi-independent or independent bodies.   Wildlife Queensland Endangered Species Trust Established by Wildlife Queensland in 2007, the Endangered Species Trust promotes conservation of Queensland’s biodiversity by providing financial support to specific activities aimed at protection of endangered species, and species at risk of being under threat if proactive …

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SUPPORT US

We know everyone loves Australian plants and animals, and wants to know how to contribute something positive to the environment. But how can you fit this into your busy life? Photo © At A Glance Well there are so many ways you can help support the work of Wildlife Queensland whether for a few hours …

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Wildlife Queensland produces a regular monthly e-bulletin and a seasonally-based newsletter. my.Wildlife Subscribe to my.Wildlife and keep your finger on the conservation pulse with our latest news, views, projects and events. Wildlife Queensland News Our triannual members’ newsletter, bringing our valued members up to date with WPSQ happenings in more detail. my.Wildlife eBulletin No 101 …

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Our History

The Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland (Wildlife Queensland) is the oldest, largest and most respected wildlife-focussed conservation group in Queensland. For more than 55 years, the Society has played a part in each of Queensland’s major conservation issues, beginning with early campaigns to protect important habitats such as the Great Barrier Reef, the Hinchinbrook Passage …

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WHO WE ARE

Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland is a community environmental organisation with a wonderfully diverse and dedicated team of members, volunteers, supporters and staff united by a deep passion for wildlife and conservation. We have proud history in standing up for what we believe in and campaigning for the survival of species and ecosystems. We have …

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We all know our actions have an impact on wildlife, but we don’t often understand all the details. Through its Student Research Grants Program, Wildlife Queensland, funded by its Endangered Species Trust, supports the research of university students designed to help fill the knowledge gaps around our ecosystems. Eligible research projects are those which investigate methods …

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