With the Queensland Herbarium set to launch its Statewide Regional Ecosystems Maps and Information Systems, Wildlife Queensland urges it is time for a similarly accurate and comprehensive representation of Queensland’s fauna to follow.
Once known to inhabit bushland across Logan, the spotted–tailed quoll seems to have disappeared from the region. To raise awareness of this endangered native carnivorous marsupial, Wildlife Queensland and the Quoll Seekers Network will be hosting a Quoll Discovery Day in June.
Volunteer caretaker of the Bukkulla Reserve, Jeff Simmons, studies the diary of a famous Australian explorer and uncovers an uncanny past connection between Wildlife Queensland and the Wildlife Land Fund Limited.
With the habitat of Queensland’s wildlife being ever encroached upon by humans, are we doing enough to manage human-wildlife conflict across Queensland in order to ensure the safety of humans as well as the protection of our native species?
Wildlife Queensland has welcomed the announcement that Retail First, owner of 20 shopping centres across south-east Queensland, will ban the use of helium balloons, and calls for other retailers to follow suit.
‘Mother Elephant’ Sharon Pincott inspired a 78-strong gathering of women (and some very brave and supportive men) as guest speaker at WPSQ’s recent Wild Women Brunch for Wildlife in honour of International Women’s Day 2017. Our MC on the day, Samantha Morris, reports on Sharon’s moving presentation.