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President Peter Ogilvie gratefully accepts a cheque for $1000 on Wildlife Queensland’s behalf from Noosa jewellery company Pure Sands.

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If you are a Richmond birdwing butterfly, it’s a positive time to be alive (and that’s really saying something of a threatened species in current times)…

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Supporters of wildlife and women spoke of ‘exceeded expectations’ after Wildlife Queensland’s second annual brunch, ‘Inspiring Life’ on Sunday, 4 March…

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Wildlife Queensland applauds the Government’s amalgamation of agencies to facilitate a more effective and efficient outcome for the benefit of our wildlife…

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WPSQ launches its Goodbye Plastic Drive to help members and supporters become reusable-ready for the fast-approaching ban on single-use plastic bags in Queensland. Are YOU reusable-ready for the change?

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Join Wildlife Queensland for brunch as ‘Snake Boss’ Julia Baker and renowned wildlife photographer Steve Parish explore the link between nature and life purpose, sharing their personal pathways to passion and inspiring others to find their own!

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The late Dr David Fleay AM MBE has been posthumously recognised by the Australian Museum as one of 100 men and women who shaped Australia and reflect ‘the spirit of what it means to be Australian’.

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As another year of protecting our unique and fascinating wildlife draws to a close, our President invites us to stop for a while and look at why each of us feels so strongly about doing just that.

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7 December marks 25 years since Fraser Island was inscribed on the World Heritage List. Tradition Owners, the Butchulla People, EHP and NPSR invite us all to help celebrate the milestone.

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At a recent meeting called by the Macropod Management Unit, Wildlife Queensland was encouraged by some significant positive changes for Queensland’s roos.

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