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In this special webinar, co-hosted by Archdiocese of Brisbane and Wildlife Queensland, resident platypus ecologist Tamielle Brunt talks about: the uniqueness and importance of platypuses threats to platypus populations in south-east Queensland platypus survey methods and findings PlatypusWatch Network – Wildlife Queensland’s community-based program what you can do to help platypuses. Download the presentation Protecting …

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Glorious Gliders

In this webinar, you’ll learn about our amazing gliding possums (gliders), their habitat and the main threats to glider populations. You’ll also find out how Wildlife Queensland and its dedicated Queensland Glider Network are working to support glider populations through a range of conservation projects and education initiatives – and how you can help.

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Wildlife Queensland simply wouldn’t exist without volunteers. The not-for-profit Society began as a volunteer organisation and volunteers remain at the very heart and soul of everything we do. “Wildlife Queensland was founded, fostered and promoted by volunteers giving of their time and passion. When Don Henry was appointed Director in March 1982 the situation did …

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Bequests

Who will care about wildlife when I’ve gone? You will – with a bequest to Wildlife Queensland. Your commitment and care for our wildlife will continue for generations if your generosity is directed to the work that cares for wildlife. Your voice for your wildlife can live on Bequests make a big difference to our …

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Cassowary and chick – Photo © martinwillisphotographs.com.au In 1991 the Thorsborne Trust was launched to recognise a unique champion of the environment, the late Arthur Thorsborne, and to commemorate his achievements. The Trust has the following aims: To support activities for a better understanding of, and conservation of, Australian native species, in particular, the Torres …

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Welcome to Wildlife Queensland Gold Coast and Hinterland Branch. About us The Gold Coast and Hinterland Branch protects wildlife and their habitats through campaigns such as: Save Our Spit Save Black Swan Lake hinterland protection (including protecting Springbrook) workshops such as nest building workshops submissions public awareness/education activities, such as our annual display on World …

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Wildlife Queensland Fraser Coast conducts many activities to encourage the appreciation of wildlife. These include educational activities with school children, monthly library talks and nature walks. Other activities such as workshops are organised on a once-off basis. The Branch also actively maintains two revegetation sites.

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2017 UQ placement student, Penelope Webster, measures the diameter of a tree at Sheep Station Creek Conservation Park prior to nest box installation as part of her greater glider placement project. Since 2014, Wildlife Queensland has hosted students from a range of educational institutions seeking placement opportunities in the environmental conservation industry. Students placed with …

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Awards

Page index:  CICADA Film Festival Your Voice for your Wildlife Awards Holly Bryant Award   CICADA Film Festival An initiative of Wildlife Queensland Bayside Branch, the Cicada Film Festival (formerly Cicada Awards) has been giving young people a voice on environmental issues since 2011. It has gained major support from Ocean Ark Alliance and Ocean …

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Upper Dawson

Welcome to Wildlife Queensland Upper Dawson Branch. About us Our Branch usually has four meetings a year. The Activities Officer arranges the venue with property owners or National Parks. While wet weather curtails more widespread travel in La Nina years, our trips have taken us to Central Queensland’s National Parks, sandstone gorges, gas fields, coal …

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