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Thank you to all members who attended the 2020 Wildlife Queensland Annual General Meeting, held on 26 September. Whilst this year’s COVID compliant event was limited to 30 attendees, we received a good representation from local branches. 

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Spotted-tailed quoll

Wildlife Queensland’s Quoll Seekers Network is continuing the search for the elusive spotted-tailed quoll in areas north of Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast and into the Mary River Catchment – and they need your help!

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Lamington National Park

In the lead-up to the State general election, Wildlife Queensland provides a roundup of election policies that may impact our environment and its wildlife over the coming four years.

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Saving the Spotted-Tailed Quoll

Wildlife Queensland has launched a new guide this World Habitat Day to help save the endangered spotted-tailed quoll.

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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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Wildlife Queensland is deeply saddened to announce the passing of environmental campaigner and Upper Dawson Branch member Adam Charles Carr Clark on Sunday, 13 September 2020.

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plastic straws

With South Australia, the first state to ban key single-use plastic items such as straws, cutlery and beverage stirrers – it’s now urgent other states also move on this plastic pollution, the Boomerang Alliance of 52 groups said today.

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Talking Wildlife logo

Wildlife Queensland’s Talking Wildlife webinar series presents bi-monthly webinars for wildlife enthusiasts and people interested in learning about wildlife conservation on Wildlife Queensland’s latest projects and campaigns and provides educational information about Queensland’s native species. This webinar series is free of charge for all participants. Recordings are made available at the conclusion of each webinar. …

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AGM 2020

Please join us for the Wildlife Queensland AGM 2020 The Wildlife Queensland Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2020 will be held on Saturday, 26 September 2020 at the Redlands City Lions Club in Cleveland. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this year’s AGM will be a little different. Attendee numbers are limited to 30. Social distancing measures will be in …

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wildlife corridor plantings

Would you like to plant trees in the Scenic Rim as part of a wildlife corridors project to protect squirrel gliders and other native wildlife? Find out how.

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