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Public Lecture – Fauna, fragmentation, fire & fodder

in south-west Queensland’s grazed landscapes

Queensland’s grazed landscapes are extensive and therefore important for fauna conservation. Surprisingly there has been only limited research to show this.Ecologist Teresa Eyre and her team have been working in the grazed landscapes of the Brigalow and Mulga Lands bioregions for over 10 years.This presentation will identify which species are the winners and which species are the more vulnerable losers in our grazed landscapes, and why.
Public Lecture Venue, The Royal Geographical Society of Qld, 237 Milton Rd, Milton (UBD 21 – L1)

Tuesday, 27 June @ 7:30pm

For more information, email brisbane@wildlife.org.au


Wildlife Matters: in a Climate of Change

Wildlife Queensland is bringing together some of Queensland’s leading wildlife researchers and campaigners for an afternoon symposium and its annual dinner this September. Designed to inspire positive change, Wildlife Matters: in a Climate of Change will feature key voices on what the future holds for Queensland’s iconic wildlife, including that of celebrity guest speaker, Jon Dee!
Riverside Receptions, New Farm, Brisbane

Saturday, 9 September from 1pm

call (07) 3844 0129 or click here for more info and to book now!


WPSQ AGM and Southern Branches Get-together

Hosted by head office, this year’s one-day event will be held on Sunday, 10 September from 10.30am to 4.30pm. The venue is easily accessible by public transport and car. The program includes WPSQ AGM and branch highlights, good food and Wildlife Awards plus the Wildlife Land Fund Ltd AGM
The Father Bacinskas Lithuanian Culture Association, 49 Gladstone Rd, Highgate Hill

Sunday, 10 September from 10:30am – 4:30pm

Written by wildlife1ict