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Wildlife Queensland’s 50th anniversary conference, Talking Wildlife, featured a stellar array of speakers and attracted more than 200 attendees. The two exhilirating days of ideas and information are well worth remembering, sharing and building on. To help keep the energy of the conference alive, we invited talented graphic facilitator Jana Lyn-Holly ofMindesign. She created visual …

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According to organisers, this coordinated campaign on 3 November was very successful with various groups displaying Grey Headed flying foxPhoto ©Nick Edards the Grey Crosses at sites from as far north as Port Douglas in Queensland to Melbourne, Victoria in the south. The thrust of the campaign was to highlight to governments and the broader …

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This December, 58 volunteers are rising before dawn and taking to Brisbane creeks to help gather data on platypus distribution and abundance.  Our PlatypusWatch program is training up community members to survey 80 sites this round, to establish whether platypus still occupy Enoggera Creek and Tingalpa Creek. Watching out for platypsPhoto © Leo Berzins The …

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This year has seen the Tully Branch forge very productive National Parks, Girringun Rangers, Terrain and WPSQ members at the launch of the Cardwell Golf Club Glider signage.Photo © Wildlife Queensland partnerships with many other NGOs, private enterprise and the local Council. The post Yasi opportunity to secure more habitat for the Glider has been …

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The Hon Steven Dickson MP, Minister for National Parks, Recreation, Sport and Racing introduced this Bill into the Legislative Assembly on 13 November 2012. The Bill has been referred to the Health and Community Services Committee for consideration and a report back to Parliament by 2 February 2013. Photo © Wildlife Queensland The Committee is …

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The Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) has served us well at times. This legislation provides the Federal Government the powers to Golden bell frogPhoto © Lance Jurd assess and approve major development that will impact on listed species, national environmental significant places as well as nuclear actions such as uranium mining …

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