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The results of the Queensland Glider Network’s recently completed project to document glider species in two conservation reserves in the Redland Bay region are in, with some notable findings regarding greater gliders.

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We are grateful to report that our June 2016 appeal, with the principal focus being the ongoing existence of Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland, was extremely well supported.

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Why It Matters with Peter Garrett was the perfect end to a challenging year financially for Wildlife Queensland as dinner, drinks and inspiring conversation were shared among fellow conservationists on New Farm’s scenic riverfront on 19 November.

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A huge thank you to all who contributed to the three-day search recently for the possible denning site of orphaned young spotted-tailed quolls in the Southern Downs.

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As Batty Boat Cruise season kicks off again on the night before Halloween, we take a closer look at the symbolism of the bat and how these flying mammals are anything but evil – BOOK YOUR TICKETS NOW AND SEE FOR YOURSELF!

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In the wake of the halfway mark of this term of Parliament, WPSQ reviews the performance of the Palaszczuk Government with regard to the environment and proffers advice on outcomes achievable before the next election.

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The greater glider has been spotted by Wildlife Queensland in the Redlands area on more than one occasion recently, encouraging findings for this vulnerable flying mammal.

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Tickets selling fast! Don’t miss this rare opportunity to rub shoulders with renowned environmentalist, activist, former politician and Australian music legend, Peter Garrett AM, as Wildlife Queensland presents Why It Matters!

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The Batty Boat Cruise is back and this season promises to be one of the best! Don’t miss all the action on board – book now!

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Crocodile policy and practices in Queensland continue to generate angst, fall well short of best practice and fail to achieve an acceptable balance between protecting crocodiles and people.

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