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Wildlife Queensland calls the Environment Minister to action "before the end of 2018."

WPSQ calls on Minister Enoch to act on thicker plastic bags after Coles backflip exposes serious vulnerability in bag ban policy.

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A winning entry in this year's Cicada Awards: 'Our Wetlands' by Declan Field, Pierce Logan & Alyssa Ryan.

There were shrills and thrills at this year’s Cicada Awards Premier Screening as young people were given the chance to be heard on environmental matters.

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OH Trap FEATURED pic for eBulletin

Wildlife Queensland is ramping up its campaign against these deadly threats to our wildlife, partnering again with Qld Alliance for Platypus to push for their ban in Queensland.

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As the first step in The Next Step: Against Waste, we need your help to identify and address non-ban-compliant plastic bags.

Thanks to generous supporters of our recent funding appeal, WPSQ is wasting no time taking The Next Step: Against Waste in Queensland – but we need your help!

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Bank Australia's support will contribute greatly to the RBCN's project to link northern and southern Richmond birdwing populations in Queensland.

Our Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network is proud to have been selected as one of 12 recipients of a Bank Australia 2018 Customer Grant.

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Turtle with credit FEATURED IMAGE for web

Earth Optimism is changing the conservation conversation from doom and gloom to optimism and opportunity. Are you an Earth optimist?

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Looking up: Queensland Glider Network volunteers monitor nest boxes at Sheep Station Creek Conservation Park, Morayfield.

Good news has come in threes for our Projects Team lately. Here’s the lowdown on our latest thumbs-ups in the field…

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BFF FEATURED IMAGE 2 for web

More good news: Wildlife Queensland congratulates the Brisbane Fashion Festival on its success again this year and thanks the event for its support – on many levels.

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Wildlife Queensland takes The Next Step: Against Waste in Queensland as Brisbane City Council announces ban on single-use items at events. Are you with us?

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!

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Red Imported Fire Ants on crickets.

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!

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