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Detection dog, Kuna, and handler Amanda Hancock investigating potential den sites using a specimen of hide from Avery’s quoll as search odour.

A huge thank you to all who contributed to the three-day search recently for the possible denning site of orphaned young spotted-tailed quolls in the Southern Downs.

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Seen up close these flying mammals aren’t terrifying at all – they are quite adorable. If you’ve taken a Batty Boat Cruise on the Brisbane River, you’ll know this to be true.

As Batty Boat Cruise season kicks off again on the night before Halloween, we take a closer look at the symbolism of the bat and how these flying mammals are anything but evil – BOOK YOUR TICKETS NOW AND SEE FOR YOURSELF!

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North Stradbroke Island legislation that reversed the legislative changes introduced by the former Newman Government now ensures that sandmining will cease by 2019, one of Palaszczuk’s wins for wildlife so far in Wildlife Queensland's perspective.

In the wake of the halfway mark of this term of Parliament, WPSQ reviews the performance of the Palaszczuk Government with regard to the environment and proffers advice on outcomes achievable before the next election.

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The greater glider has been spotted by Wildlife Queensland in the Redlands area on more than one occasion recently, encouraging findings for this vulnerable flying mammal.

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Tickets selling fast! Don’t miss this rare opportunity to rub shoulders with renowned environmentalist, activist, former politician and Australian music legend, Peter Garrett AM, as Wildlife Queensland presents Why It Matters!

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Hanging around on the boat

The Batty Boat Cruise is back and this season promises to be one of the best! Don’t miss all the action on board – book now!

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Crocodile policy and practices in Queensland continue to generate angst, fall well short of best practice and fail to achieve an acceptable balance between protecting crocodiles and people.

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Josh Griffiths of cesar Australia and Tamielle Brunt of UQ taking water samples at Moggill Creek.

WPSQ’s PlatypusWatch Network uses cutting edge survey techniques to reduce the secrecy around the survival of our platypus.

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WPSQ’s current student interns introduce themselves and discuss the symbiotic relationship that is the industry placement program.

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Wildlife Queensland presenter Nicole Martin at a PetPEP visit to Bulimba State School. Image © Karen Stevenson

Do your children or grandchildren know the difference between wildlife and domestic pets? Are they aware of how to be responsible pet owners or who to call about injured wildlife? You could help

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