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Wildlife Queensland is the longest-running and most respected wildlife conservation organisation in Queensland. For 60 years we’ve worked to protect and conserve at-risk species and habitats, advocating for better environmental policy, delivering vital on-ground conservation programs, and raising awareness of wildlife conservation issues through education and community engagement.
years of wildlife conservation
Members, supporters & Volunteers
branches across Queensland
GUIDE: Revegetate to help save our threatened gliders
Find out more about the habitat needs of Queensland’s two largest gliding marsupials and what landholders can do to help them, particularly in regions affected by the 2019-2020 bushfires.
How we work
Protecting and connecting threatened species through our innovative surveying and monitoring programs and key habitat restoration projects.
Cooperating with local & state governments and conservation groups to develop policies & campaigns that protect our state’s natural heritage.
Educating and engaging people, the foundation of our Society, to inspire change and achieve positive conservation outcomes.
Wildlife Australia magazine
Community Field Day with Wildlife Queensland Logan Branch
Come to our FREE Lunch & Community Field Day and help revegetate Cornubia Forest Park!
Fraser Coast Backyard Bioblitz Spring 2022
Discover the incredible diversity of native plants and animals in the Fraser Coast and Wide Bay region and/or your backyard during the Spring Backyard Bioblitz on the weekend of 8-9 October 2022.
Come along and celebrate Wildlife Queensland’s 60th birthday with a weekend of butterfly fun at the Dawson Valley Butterfly Weekend.
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The works of author, environmentalist and Wildlife Queensland co-founder Kathleen McArthur have been reinvigorated as a whimsical historical podcast, complete with commentary and songs that give all Australians a glimpse into the past.
18 people attended Wildlife Queensland’s Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network (RBCN) birdwing butterfly vine planting event at Cornubia on Saturday 24 September to learn about the vulnerable Richmond birdwing butterfly and plant vines to assist its recovery in Logan.
Wildlife Queensland is excited to have launched a beautiful new booklet, A Will for Wildlife. This booklet shares the history of Wildlife Queensland, the environmental successes of the organisation, and some beautiful supporter stories.