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Illegally constructed bridge

Brisbane’s conservation areas and nature reserves could soon be at risk of legal use by mountain biking and the predicable risk of illegal track creation.

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Extinct plants

While our iconic fauna features prominently in discussions about Australia’s extinction crisis, threatened plant species have not received the same focus.

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Wildlife Queensland’s partner, The Boomerang Alliance, has released a comprehensive Plastic Free Council Event Guide to provide councils with advice on how to reduce plastic use as part of tackling plastic pollution.

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Wildlife Queensland recently visited the Ramada Resort Kooralbyn Valley to learn about the surrounding bushland and determine if the site could play a role in the Scenic Rim Branch glider corridor project.

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A BIG thank you to all our amazing members and supporters. It’s because of your generosity that we’re able to continue our vital work for wildlife.

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Carnarvon Canines Dog Detection Team

Find out what the Quoll Seekers team has been up to and meet wildlife detection dog team, Carnarvon Canines.

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Plastic Free July

1 July 2019 marks the one-year anniversary of the ban on single-use lightweight plastic bags in Queensland, the start of the state government’s waste levy and Plastic Free July.

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‘Southern Black Throated Finches at Risk’ by Pam McGrath

Will Adani’s recently approved revised management plan to mitigate the impacts of the Carmichael mine on the black-throated finch spell the demise of the endangered species?

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Samford Eco-Corridor

Members of Wildlife Queensland’s Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network and Samford Eco-Corridor joined forces on Sunday, 9 June to launch a project aimed at helping save the Richmond birdwing butterfly.

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Presentations at the Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network northern habitat corridor project launch kicked off at the Samford District Bowls Club, Samford Valley at 11.00am on 9  June 2019. A list of speakers and presentation topics is included below. Additional downloadable presentations will be available shortly – please check back again soon. Speakers Dr Christine Hosking, RBCN …

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