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University students Stan and Jessica discuss what it was like to be a part of Wildlife Queensland’s Student Placement Program.

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Wildlife Australia magazine

Subscribe to Wildlife Australia between 25 August – 1 September and receive a FREE Batty Boat Cruise family voucher (2 adults + 3 kids) worth $100*! T&Cs apply.

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Wildlife Queensland’s PlatypusWatch has been conducting observational and eDNA surveys in the greater Brisbane region over the past 4 years to gather much-needed platypus distribution and abundance data.

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Early Bird Prize

Book your Early Bird tickets to the WPSQ Annual Dinner 2019 by 31 August and go into the draw to WIN a Dymocks voucher worth $100!

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Meet Prof Mike Archer at Wildlife Queensland’s 2019 Annual Dinner Wildlife Queensland is continuing to inspire and excite our friends, members and supporters with yet another amazing speaker at our 2019 annual dinner. Mike Archer is Professor of Palaeobiology at the University of New South Wales and is perhaps best known for leading research into …

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Early Bird Ticket Prize Draw TERMS AND CONDITIONS GENERAL Information on how to enter, dates and prizes as set out in the Schedule form part of the Terms and Conditions of Entry (Terms and Conditions) for each competition conducted under the Blanket (each a Competition). Entry into this Competition deems acceptance of these Terms and …

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Reusable produce bags

Are you ready to make #plasticfreejuly become your #plasticfreeeveryday? Here’s how our Plastic Free July Competition winners are reducing plastic waste and inspiring others to do the same.

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Quoll traps

WPSQ’s projects team has been spending time in the bushland and hilltops of the Flinders-Goolman Conservation Estate and surrounding private properties, in search of two of Queensland’s threatened species – the brush-tailed rock wallaby and spotted-tailed quoll.

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Koala

Environmental harm and threats to our wildlife can occur at different scales and appropriate control or enforcement can involve different levels of government ‒ Commonwealth, State or Local. At times action is required at the national level, in other situations at the state level and very frequently at the local or regional level. Members taking …

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Great Barrier Reef

The Australian Institute of Marine Science has released its annual report for 2018/19 on the health of the Great Barrier Reef.

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