November 20, 2015 Branches No Comments
Wildlife Queensland Cassowary Coast Branch is engaged in the conservation of all endangered habitats in the Wet Tropics Bioregion.

Daryl Dickson speaking about WPSQs Bridging the Gap Mahogany Glider Pole crossing and Cameras.

Specifically:

  • working to critically review Coastal development as it impacts endangered species like the dugong, mangrove communities and melaleuca swamps
  • land-use planning that impacts coastal woodlands and remnant rainforest, threatening icon species, the mahogany glider and the southern cassowary
  • supporting fair compensation for landholders whose use of their land is affected by necessary protective orders
  • raising community awareness of local conservation issues and ways that they can help.

Meetings and activities

Upcoming activities

Please refer to our Facebook page for information about upcoming meetings and activities or contact us at cassowarycoast@wildlife.org.au

Previous activities
  • Bicton Hill track walk (4.5km walk), 27 June 2020
    Check out some of the amazing images from the walk on our Facebook page.

Newsletter

Cassowary Coast Branch produces a monthly newsletter to keep members and friends up to date with our activities and provide informative articles on different aspects of wildlife and habitat.

WPSQ Cassowary Coast Branch Newsletter

Contact details

Wildlife Preservation Society of Qld Cassowary Coast Branch
PO Box 771, Tully, QLD 4854
Email: cassowarycoast@wildlife.org.au
Facebook: Wildlife Queensland Cassowary Coast-Hinchinbrook

 

Contact us today to get involved with our Branch and support Wildlife Queensland in your local area.

Written by Wildlifeqld