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Wildlife Queensland has welcomed the Palaszczuk Government’s Plastic Pollution Reduction Plan which includes a proposed ban on single-use takeaway plastics.
Australia’s environment ministers will meet on 8 November to decide the future of recycling in Australia and discuss urgent action on plastic pollution. Wildlife Queensland sent a letter of recommendations to Minister Enoch.
Passengers had a spooky fun time and got to meet Olive, an adorable 15-day-old orphaned black flying-fox on the Batty Boat Halloween Cruise on 27 October 2019.
Want to be part of an Animal Ethics Committee at the University of Queensland? Here’s how.
Find out if the government’s current 10-year eradication plan is working.
Support the Australian Marine Conservation Society in their efforts to stop the culling of sharks in the Great Barrier Reef.
Wildlife Queensland’s popular December Batty Boat Cruise is back and it’s the perfect way to celebrate the festive season with friends or family.
Wildlife Queensland’s Queensland Glider Network has been awarded funding under the Moreton Bay Regional Council community grants program to help protect greater gliders in the Moreton Bay Region.
Wildlife Queensland has been granted funding from the state government to save the endangered spotted-tailed quoll in South Eastern Queensland.
Next to plastic bags and containers, plastic bottle tops are one of the top polluters of the oceans and environment. Find out about an innovative new use for plastic tops and how you can get involved.