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Save our National Parks Brisbane Action

Wildlife Queensland is asking members and supporters to take 10 minutes to make a difference to our national parks by lobbying politicians and advocating for additional funding for national parks and the Protected Area Estate as a whole.

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A proposal by Mackay Tourism Ltd. to restrict access for guided tours of the wallabies at sunrise at Cape Hillsborough Beach is totally inappropriate, says Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland President Peter Ogilvie. 

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Squirrel Glider

Because of you, our generous members and supporters, our #GLIDESURVIVETHRIVE effort was a success! Thanks to you, we raised $5,000.

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Federal Election 2019

With just two weeks to go until the 2019 Australian federal election, early survey results suggest that the environment will be the deciding factor for many voters. Wildlife Queensland reports on the key environmental election issues.

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Containers for Change

More than 440 million containers have been returned in the first six months of Queensland’s container refund scheme.

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Stop Adani

Wildlife Queensland calls into question the transparency of the Commonweath Government’s decision on Tuesday, 9 April to approve the Adani mine groundwater management plan.

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Wildlife Queensland Projects Manager, Matt Cecil, reports on his recent visit to the brush-tailed rock wallaby project site in the Flinders-Goolman Conservation Estate.  

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Wildlife Queensland provides an update on the new 10-year National Red Imported Fire Ant Program and explains what to do if you suspect red ants.

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Time’s running out! Please help WPSQ take immediate action to restore squirrel glider habitat in the Scenic Rim. Together we can help them survive and thrive.

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Have Your Say on the State Government’s draft Waste Management and Resource Recovery Strategy for Queensland. Don’t delay! Submissions close 5 April 2019.

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