70 waterways in 7 years!

70 waterways in 7 years!

© Canva NFP © Canva NFP 25 July 2022 Author: Tamielle Brunt, PlatypusWatch   Wildlife Queensland’s 2022 platypus environmental DNA (eDNA) survey has been one of the most important due to the major flooding events that have affected our waterways since the 2021...
State of the Environment Report reveals the sorry state we are in

State of the Environment Report reveals the sorry state we are in

22 July 2022 Australia’s new Federal Minister for the Environment released the latest State of the Environment Report — and what a state it is in! Produced in 2021 but withheld by the previous administration until after the election, the report is simultaneously...
An unexpected event: a political party gets proactive

An unexpected event: a political party gets proactive

12 April 2022 The starter gun has been fired for the Federal Election on 21 May 2022. Although Wildlife Queensland is apolitical, it is customary for our Policies and Campaigns Officer to contact political parties prior to an election to determine environment-related...
Petition for a global treaty on marine plastics

Petition for a global treaty on marine plastics

1 March 2022 Clearly, the UN has a LOT of issues that require intense discussion right now. Still, we know that the world’s leaders were also set to be considering a world-first international marine plastics treaty this week, a move supported by Boomerang...
How to help flood-affected wildlife

How to help flood-affected wildlife

28 February 2022 Our thoughts are with all Australians — whether people or wildlife — at this time of catastrophic flooding across many parts of Queensland and New South Wales. Over the past few years, extreme weather conditions have brought many parts of Australia...
Will you go ‘all in’ with us this World Wildlife Day?

Will you go ‘all in’ with us this World Wildlife Day?

25 February 2022 Psssst … are you ‘all in’ this World Wildlife Day on Thursday 3rd March to help protect some of our most vulnerable species and the habitats they live in?     We have a real win for wildlife planned for World Wildlife Day on Thursday 3 March, and...
Help Clean Up Australia and unmask a new issue

Help Clean Up Australia and unmask a new issue

24 February 2022   Clean Up Australia Day, Australia’s largest community-based environmental event, is on Sunday 6 March 2021. Some Wildlife Queensland branches are hosting Clean Up events, and we encourage volunteers to get involved. Wildlife Queensland’s...
We need birdwing vine fruit (seed pods). Can you help?

We need birdwing vine fruit (seed pods). Can you help?

  17 February 2022 Wildlife Queensland’s Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network (RBCN) distributes tens of thousands of seeds of the caterpillar food vine Pararistolochia praevenosa annually to aid recovery of the endangered Richmond birdwing butterfly...
Showing wildlife a little love this Valentine’s Day

Showing wildlife a little love this Valentine’s Day

14 February 2022 Moreton Bay Region Council chucked out the Valentine’s chocolates to show wildlife love with a seasonal safety trial. Wildlife’s Queensland Projects Manager Matt Cecil was on site (along with some furry friends from Geckoes Wildlife...
Multiregional wins for at-risk gliders

Multiregional wins for at-risk gliders

  14 February 2022 Wildlife Queensland is proud to announce that the Queensland Glider Network (QGN) is a successful recipient of Federal Government funding to improve community knowledge of endangered greater gliders and vulnerable yellow-bellied gliders across...

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