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The Who’s Who of ‘A Conservation Conversation’ - Exactly who will Professor Jones have in the hot seat on November 17 as Wildlife Queensland presents this year's not-to-be-missed coming together of the conservation community?
WPSQ re-focuses on the Reef - Wildlife Queensland recognises a currently unaddressed contributor to the decline in the health of the Great Barrier Reef and its biodiversity.
Opera house trap appeal rejected - Wildlife Queensland's appeal to protect platypus and other air-breathing fauna from opera house style yabby traps once and for all receives a disappointing response.
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Published by Wildlife Queensland, Wildlife Australia is Australia’s oldest surviving wildlife magazine and nature journal, featuring articles by experts, researchers and award-winning natural history authors and showcasing the photography of some of the continent’s most talented photographers. For more than half a century, from its beginnings in 1963 – when world-famous poet Judith Wright was at the editorial helm –Wildlife Australia has been informing readers about Australian species and helping preserve some of our most vulnerable ecosystems. A quarterly, 48-page full-colour magazine, Wildlife Australia is published in print for thousands of international and Australian subscribers, and is also available digitally.