Join Wildlife Queensland’s Quoll Seekers Network and Park Ridge Connect, along with expert presenter Paul Revie, to learn more about Logan’s incredible and endangered quolls and how you can help find them and save them.
It’s warming up, and our flying fox friends can be seen out wheeling over Brisbane by night, helping to pollinate native flora. Celebrate the coming summer months with a relaxing boat cruise aboard the MV Neptune along the Brisbane River, scanning the skies for these majestic flying mammals.
Come along to Wildlife Queensland’s FREE PlatypusWatch workshop and community talk at Canungra to learn more about the iconic platypus, environmental DNA, bushfire recovery, waterbugs – and how you can help!
Join Wildlife Queensland’s Quoll Seeker’s Network and Noosa & District Landcare, along with expert presenters Dr Scott Burnett and Dr Sean FitzGibbon, to learn more about the ‘secret life’ of cryptic, endangered quolls and what you can do to help support them across the Sunshine Coast and Hinterland and throughout the Mary River Catchment.
Koalas can be devilishly hard to spot in the treetops, but you’ll increase your chances when you register for Wildlife Queensland & Logan City Council’s FREE lunchtime webinar ‘Are You Koalafied?’ on 28 October 2021 and learn how to find, identify, sex, and survey these iconic marsupials in the wild.
Thank you to everyone for tuning in to our Richmond Birdwing Butterfly Webinar. We hope you enjoyed the event. Below you’ll find: a link to the full webinar recording PowerPoint presentations to download additional Q&As not recorded in the webinar information about how you can support the Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network further information about …