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World Mangrove Day

The International Day for the Conservation of Mangrove Ecosystems, observed annually on 26 July, helps raise awareness of mangroves as uniquely vulnerable ecosystems.

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eDNA and citizen science projects to survey for platypus have begun in the Upper Dawson River Catchment.

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Aquatic wildlife of the Upper Dawson region can ‘breathe easier’ with news that the Federal Government has ruled Santos cannot release unlimited amounts of coal seam gas wastewater into the Dawson River during flood events.

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Rakali

Further development planned by the Brisbane City Council around Rocky Waterholes Creek, which flows through Moorooka and Salisbury, could threaten local populations of rakali, residents fear.

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EOFY 2021 Appeal

A BIG thank you to our members and supporters for helping to protect and conserve Queensland’s native wildlife this End of Financial Year.

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Wayne Lawler

It is with regret and sadness that Wildlife Queensland informs our members and supporters of the passing of Wayne Lawler.

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Plastic Free July Competition

Today marks the start of Plastic Free July – a global campaign that runs annually from 1 – 31 July. Tell us what you’re doing to reduce plastic waste this July in 100 words or less to WIN 1 of 5 great prize packs.

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Green waste

Of 232 councils in Australia with green waste collection services, only 8 councils in Queensland offer such a service-and only on an opt-in basis, reports Toby Hutcheon.

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greater glider

166 people attended Wildlife Queensland’s Queensland Glider Network greater glider events between 29 May and 20 June.

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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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