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Upper Dawson

Our branch usually has four meetings a year, the Activities Officer arranging the venue with property owners or National Parks. While wet weather curtails more widespread travel in La Nina years, our trips have taken us to Central Queensland’s National Parks, sandstone gorges, gasfields, coal mines, boggomosses, wetlands and forests. Under the leadership of our …

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Townsville

The Townsville branch has a long history of caring for our local environment and encouraging the community to understand and appreciate the wildlife and natural places that exist within our city boundaries and immediate surrounds. Of special interest are the health and management of nearby national end environmental parks (such as at the Town Common …

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Toowoomba

The Toowoomba branch is a hands-on active branch that is involved in the community and makes a point of working with other local organisations. The Toowoomba branch has undergone many changes over the last 15 years and in 2015, is moving forward with a focus on Wildlife & Environmental Education in the local area. The …

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The Sunshine Coast & Hinterland branch, originally known as the Caloundra branch, came into existence in 1963, becoming the first ‘country’ branch to be formed, due to the fact that one of the founders of the Society, Kathleen McArthur, lived in Caloundra Rampant development along the coastal strip, and its attendant destruction of wildlife habitat …

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Scenic Rim

The Scenic Rim is a fertile, mountainous region of southeast Queensland with high biodiversity (one of the highest in Australia). Volcanoes  erupted here more than 20 million years ago, providing basalts that weathered into nutrient-rich soil and high country that catches the rain as clouds sweep in from the Pacific Ocean.  They also provided the …

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Logan

Over the years, Wildlife Logan has run workshops on various environmental issues of local interest including wetlands, how to write submissions, hosted events such as the southern branches get-together, and worked closely with other community groups. Contact us today to get involved with our branch and support Wildlife Queensland in your local area. Visit our …

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Kedron Brook

Kedron Brook Catchment branch aims to protect and improve their catchment by encouraging communication, education and action. Activities include rehabilitating the Brook and adjacent habitats, assisting the return of native flora and fauna, conducting surveys including monitoring water quality, and delivering an environmental education program. The branch is represented by an Executive Committee who collaborate …

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Cassowary Coast Branch is engaged in the conservation of all endangered habitats in the Wet Tropics Bioregion. Specifically… working to critically review Coastal development as it impacts on endangered species like the dugong, mangrove communities and melaleuca swamps land use planning that impacts on coastal woodlands and remnant rainforest, threatening icon species , the mahogany …

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The Far Northern branch has particular interest in endangered species, cassowaries, dugongs, frogs and bats of the far north. There are moves to put the Spectacled Flying Fox on the endangered list by Environment Australia. However, there is a lot of pressure from fruit growers to use destructive control measures. There is also interest in …

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Capricorn

Wildlife Capricorn is a community organisation committed to an ecologically sustainable future for people and wildlife. Wildlife Capricorn is the Capricorn branch Inc. of the Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland (WPSQ). Wildlife Capricorn has been active on the Capricorn Coast since 1984. With WPSQ we are dedicated to protecting, appreciating and preserving our native animals, which …

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