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Wildlife Queensland launches The Next Step: Against Waste as Brisbane City Council announces ban on single-use items. Join us as the march against waste continues!
A new national program to find, contain and destroy fire ants in south-east Queensland is underway. We are hopeful it will finally stop fire ants calling Australia home!
US-based digital media brand, The Dodo, gives the work of our dedicated Queensland Glider Network and these ‘flying teddy bears’ some ‘greater’ exposure.
Wildlife Queensland has been contacted by the Department of Environment and Science advising of concerns with how their cooperation has been portrayed in the film.
As The Next Step in our war on waste, Wildlife Queensland launches an appeal to target thicker plastic bags and the many other littered plastics threatening our wildlife. Are you with us?
After four months of nest box monitoring the Queensland Glider Network is celebrating the recent occupancy of a nest box in Brisbane’s north by a greater glider!
We are so excited to announce that this year’s Bulimba Fashion Festival is going wild and green with Wildlife Queensland one of the event’s two beneficiary charities!
President Peter Ogilvie gratefully accepts a cheque for $1000 on Wildlife Queensland’s behalf from Noosa jewellery company Pure Sands.
If you are a Richmond birdwing butterfly, it’s a positive time to be alive (and that’s really saying something of a threatened species in current times)…
Supporters of wildlife and women spoke of ‘exceeded expectations’ after Wildlife Queensland’s second annual brunch, ‘Inspiring Life’ on Sunday, 4 March…