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AGM & Southern Branches Meet-Up

Come and support Wildlife Preservation Society Queensland for the Southern Branches Meet-up and Annual General Meeting on Saturday 11 September 2021.

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Otto's Spider

Wildlife Queensland Fraser Coast used the COVID pandemic to set up a new Backyard BioBlitz program for members and other wildlife enthusiasts. 

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WPSQ Upper Dawson

Our recent Upper Dawson Branch gathering on Duke’s Plain brought together a friendly group of members from around Taroom and Theodore for our first outing of the year.

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Pied-imperial pigeon

Wildlife Queensland Townsville Branch Vice President Liz Downes recounts the recently completed 56th successive year series of pied imperial-pigeon counts at North Brook Island.

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University of Queensland (UQ) student Taylor McGregor completed a three-month placement with Wildlife Queensland in 2020 as part of the Society’s Student Placement Program. Read about Taylor and her experience at Wildlife Queensland. 

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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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