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Great Sandy Strait

Wildlife Queensland welcomed funding for the environment in the recently released Queensland Budget 2021-22 but more is needed for national parks and protected areas on private land.

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Protected Areas Matter

Wildlife Queensland commends the Palaszczuk Government’s stand against the Federal Government’s attempts to further weaken Australia’s environmental laws.

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animal ethics

The University of Queensland is seeking potential Category C members for their Animal Ethics Committees.

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glossy black-cockatoo

Threatened Species Commissioner Sally Box this week announced the launch of the Australian Government’s new 10-year Threatened Species Strategy.

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Spotted-tailed quoll

On 30 April 2021, 46 reclassifications were made to the conservation status of fauna and flora species under the Nature Conservation Act 1992.

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PlatypusWatch in the Upper Dawson

PlatypusWatch Network and WPSQ Upper Dawson Branch will run two workshops in the Taroom region on 26 June 2021 for community members who would like to learn about platypuses and how they can get involved in an exciting citizen science project.

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Greater Gliders

Learn about the greater glider and how you can help protect and conserve this vulnerable species in this fantastic free greater glider event series.

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Nest box installation

Butterflies and gliders and platys, oh my! Find out what the Wildlife Queensland projects team has been up to in April.

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WPSQ Scenic Rim Branch volunteers

Wildlife Queensland’s Scenic Rim Branch is calling for volunteers to help plant trees this month to link critical habitats across the Scenic Rim.

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Michael and Millie

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.

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