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Welcome to Wildlife Queensland Cassowary Coast Branch. Wildlife Queensland Cassowary Coast Branch is engaged in the conservation of all endangered habitats in the Wet Tropics Bioregion. Specifically: working to critically review Coastal development as it impacts on endangered species like the dugong, mangrove communities and melaleuca swamps land-use planning that impacts on coastal woodlands and …

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Welcome to Wildlife Queensland Far North Queensland Branch. About us The Far Northern Branch has a particular interest in endangered species, cassowaries, dugongs, frogs and bats of the far north. There are moves to put the Spectacled Flying Fox on the endangered list by Environment Australia. However, there is a lot of pressure from fruit …

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Capricorn

Welcome to Wildlife Queensland Capricorn Branch. Wildlife Queensland Capricorn Branch is dedicated to protecting, appreciating and preserving our native wildlife and habitat which is increasingly under threat from the activities of humans and from feral plants and animals. As well as conserving wildlife, our focus is the engaging the people of the Capricorn region on …

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Brisbane

Welcome to Wildlife Queensland Brisbane Branch The Brisbane branch has been going strong since 1979 – advocating conservation through enjoyable education activities. Our city is growing, and some people are losing touch with nature. Our activities provide an opportunity to gain a greater appreciation and understanding of wildlife and habitat in the Brisbane area. Well-informed …

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Bayside

Welcome to Wildlife Queensland Bayside Branch. Cicada Film Festival The Cicada Film Festival (formerly the Cicada Awards) is an annual short film competition open to South-East Queensland youth, up to and including 24 years of age. It was initiated by the Wildlife Preservation Society of Qld Bayside Branch in 2011. In 2014 it was joined by Ocean Ark Alliance, …

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Sustainability Strategy Energy Wildlife Queensland reduces electricity use through cost effective and achievable means, and encourages volunteers and staff to be energy conscious at all times assisting them in achieving this goal. Water Wildlife Queensland both practices sustainable water use and encourages volunteers and visitors to be water conscious at all times. Waste Wildlife Queensland …

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Biodiversity is under threat The symbol of WLFL is the Queensland bottle tree because it is unique to our State and symbolises the habitats that WLFL wishes to preserve Queensland’s natural heritage and biodiversity are threatened by pressures that are hard to contain: urban development, inappropriate land use leading to habitat loss, feral animals and …

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Trusts

Wildlife Queensland is supported by the following semi-independent or independent bodies.   Wildlife Queensland Endangered Species Trust Established by Wildlife Queensland in 2007, the Endangered Species Trust promotes conservation of Queensland’s biodiversity by providing financial support to specific activities aimed at protection of endangered species, and species at risk of being under threat if proactive …

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SUPPORT US

We know everyone loves Australian plants and animals and wants to know how to contribute something positive to the environment. But how can you fit this into your busy life? Photo © At A Glance Well, there are so many ways you can help support the work of Wildlife Queensland whether for a few hours …

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Wildlife Queensland produces a regular monthly e-bulletin and a seasonally-based newsletter. my.Wildlife Subscribe to my.Wildlife and keep your finger on the conservation pulse with our latest news, views, projects and events. Wildlife Queensland News Our triannual members’ newsletter, bringing our valued members up to date with WPSQ happenings in more detail. my.Wildlife eBulletin No 101 …

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