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New grants are now available to help Queensland nature refuge landholders to undertake projects to protect and enhance the conservation value of their properties.

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Getting to zero

The federal government has finally committed to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050 – a target Prime Minister Scott Morrison will take to this week’s crucial United Nations climate summit in Glasgow.

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28 November Batty Boat Cruse

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.

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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!

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His Passion Lives On

Adam Clark (1933–2020) was a grazier, farmer and passionate conservationist with Wildlife Queensland’s Upper Dawson Branch. Shocked by the widespread clearing of land for grazing, he acted to protect the remnants of native vegetation, which were now crucial habitats for threatened species. A new book tells the story of Adam’s life and his dedication to the cause. 

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Thanks Pomona for Quoll Day

Wildlife Queensland’s Quoll Seekers Network and Noosa & District Landcare were buoyed by the fabulous ‘full house’ response to the Quoll Discovery Day at Pomona on 23 October.

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eDNA makes a splash

Wildlife Queensland’s PlatypusWatch program can now proudly reveal the much-awaited results of eDNA sampling at sites along the Dawson River and tributaries earlier this year. 

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Scenic rim near Boonah

In early October, members of the Scenic Rim community met with representatives from Boonah and District Landcare and Wildlife Queensland’s Scenic Rim Branch at Bunjurgen Estate Vineyard. Attendees enjoyed a tipple while discussing how to ‘connect the dots’ through ongoing corridor and nest box monitoring programs across the Scenic Rim’s fire-affected areas.

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Many nature-lovers who attend Wildlife Queensland’s webinars, meetings or workshops express enthusiasm for revegetating their properties with native flora.  Here are 9 simple steps to getting started with your rewilding project.

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Glossy black-cockatoo

Close to 6,300 hectares of land south-west of Brisbane will be protected with the Palaszczuk Government announcing the expansion of a World Heritage-listed national park and the creation of a new conservation estate.

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