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Butterflies and gliders and platys, oh my! Find out what the Wildlife Queensland projects team has been up to in April.
Wildlife Queensland’s Scenic Rim Branch is calling for volunteers to help plant trees this month to link critical habitats across the Scenic Rim.
Wildlife Queensland was pleased to donate part proceeds from the 2020/2021 Batty Boat Cruise season to Bat Conservation and Rescue Qld Inc. (BCRQ) in April.
Give Mum a subscription to Wildlife Australia and we will send her a beautiful set of 8 Steve Parish Inspired by Nature booklets.
Pollyanna the platypus is a part of important population research being conducted by UQ PhD Candidate and PlatypusWatch ecologist, Tamielle Brunt.
Wildlife Queensland Fraser Coast used the COVID pandemic to set up a new Backyard BioBlitz program for members and other wildlife enthusiasts.
In an historic decision, the Queensland Parliament unanimously passed the Waste Reduction and Recycling (Plastic Items) Amendment Bill 2020 today to ban certain single-use plastics from use.
Wildlife Queensland has renewed its call for a state-wide ban on the use of enclosed yabby traps (opera house nets) in Queensland.
PlatypusWatch Network needs your support to change the legislation/regulation around the use of Opera House Nets in Queensland.
Wildlife Queensland’s Yellow-Bellied Glider Project team has had recent success locating yellow-bellied glider colonies in the western suburbs of Logan.