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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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Townsville

Welcome to Wildlife Queensland Townsville Branch. 3 December 2020: CONGRATULATIONS to Wildlife Queensland Townsville Branch Vice President, Liz Downes – the 2020 Queensland Volunteer of the Year! Read more here About the Townsville Branch Established in 1968, the Townsville Branch has a long history of caring for our local environment and encouraging the community to …

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Toowoomba

Welcome to Wildlife Queensland Toowoomba Branch. The Toowoomba Branch is a hands-on active branch that is involved in the community and makes a point of working with other local organisations. The Toowoomba Branch has undergone many changes over the last 15 years and in 2015, started focusing on Wildlife and Environmental Education in the local …

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Welcome to Wildlife Queensland Sunshine Coast and Hinterland Inc. Sunshine Coast & Hinterland Inc came into existence in 1963 as the first ‘country’ branch. The founder of this Caloundra Branch, as it was originally known, was Kathleen McArthur, one of the four founders of WPSQ, who lived in Caloundra. Rampant development along the coastal strip …

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Scenic Rim

Welcome to Wildlife Queensland Scenic Rim Branch. The Scenic Rim is a fertile, mountainous region of southeast Queensland with high biodiversity (one of the highest in Australia). Volcanoes erupted here more than 20 million years ago, providing basalts that weathered into nutrient-rich soil and high country that catches the rain as clouds sweep in from …

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Logan

Welcome to Wildlife Queensland Logan Branch. Over the years, Wildlife Logan has run workshops on various environmental issues of local interest including wetlands, how to write submissions, hosted events such as the southern branches of Wildlife Queensland get-together, and worked closely with other conservation and community groups. We have undertaken grants for glider boxes, old-growth …

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Kedron Brook

Welcome to Wildlife Queensland Kedron Brook Branch. About us Kedron Brook Catchment branch aims to protect and improve their catchment by encouraging communication, education and action. Activities include rehabilitating the Brook and adjacent habitats, assisting the return of native flora and fauna, conducting surveys including monitoring water quality, and delivering an environmental education program. The …

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