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Wildlife Australia Father's Day promotion. Free book with new subscriptions to Wildlife Australia

Subscribe to Wildlife Australia magazine between 1 August and 5 September 2021 and receive a FREE copy of Harry Saddler’s fantastic new book Questions Raised by Quolls: Fatherhood and Conservation in an Uncertain World.

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National Tree Day

National Tree Day, on 1 August this year, is a great initiative to encourage all Australians to consider trees more deeply and to plant more native species.

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Stand with rangers

All across the world, 31 July celebrates and supports those who work to protect the planet’s natural treasures and cultural resources and honours the courage and sacrifice of rangers who have given their lives in the line of duty.

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Boomerang Alliance and Wildlife Queensland oppose any release of helium and other lighter-than-air balloons.

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Showing nest boxes including brushtail possums, sugar glider, rainbow lorikeet eggs and chicks

Staff from Queensland Glider Network have been diligently checking nest boxes throughout June and July.

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AGM & Southern Branches Meet-Up

Come and support Wildlife Preservation Society Queensland for the Southern Branches Meet-up and Annual General Meeting on Saturday 11 September 2021.

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World Mangrove Day

The International Day for the Conservation of Mangrove Ecosystems, observed annually on 26 July, helps raise awareness of mangroves as uniquely vulnerable ecosystems.

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eDNA and citizen science projects to survey for platypus have begun in the Upper Dawson River Catchment.

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Aquatic wildlife of the Upper Dawson region can ‘breathe easier’ with news that the Federal Government has ruled Santos cannot release unlimited amounts of coal seam gas wastewater into the Dawson River during flood events.

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Rakali

Further development planned by the Brisbane City Council around Rocky Waterholes Creek, which flows through Moorooka and Salisbury, could threaten local populations of rakali, residents fear.

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