February 28, 2016 What's On No Comments

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Feeding the Young: Australian Native Stingless

Bees, by C. Falvia Massaro of QUT

Members and visitors are welcome at this Wildlife Queensland Brisbane Branch public meeting to hear how nutrition and hygienic behaviours of Meliponini bees contribute to the healthy rearing of their youngsters. Stay on for supper afterwards. No bookings are required for this free public talk, although donations are always welcome.
Royal Geographical Society, 237 Milton Road, Milton UBD21 – L1

Tuesday, 28 March @ 7:30pm




Wildlife Land Fund Limited Working Bee at

Reesville Nature Refuge

Wildlife Land Fund is hosting a Working Bee at the Neil Holloway Reesville Nature Refuge. We invite and encourage helpers to join us for the day!
Neil Holloway Reesville Nature Refuge, Reesville

Saturday, 1 April




WPSQ AGM and Your Voice for Your Wildlife


Save the date for this year’s Annual General Meeting of the Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland, hosted by Head Office on Sunday. Click ‘awards info’ for more information and nomination forms for the ‘Your Voice for Your Wildlife Awards’ – please submit your nominations now!
The Father Bacinskas Lithuanian Culture Association, 49 Gladstone Rd, Highgate Hill

Sunday, 10 September

Written by wildlife1ict