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WPSQ praises the Department of Environment and Science for consulting and advising the Society as it authorised the harvest of estuarine crocodile eggs.
It was a night to get tongues wagging as Wildlife Queensland presented A Conservation Conversation hosted by Professor Darryl Jones on 17 November.
Wildlife Queensland mourns the loss of Margaret Thorsborne, Society patron, long-serving member and revered champion of our wildlife and natural heritage.
As the big event draws near, what questions would YOU pose to three generations of highly regarded conservationists all dedicated to making a difference?
Cash for containers can do double-duty for the environment by donating yours to WPSQ! And it’s easy!
Wildlife Queensland is recognised as a Local Hero for providing university placement students with on-the-job learning opportunities.
We pay tribute to Ian Kiernan AO for all he did to make our state, our country and the world a safer and cleaner place.
Exactly who will Professor Jones have in the hot seat on November 17 as Wildlife Queensland presents this year’s not-to-be-missed coming together of the conservation community?
Wildlife Queensland recognises a currently unaddressed contributor to the decline in the health of the Great Barrier Reef and its biodiversity.
Wildlife Queensland’s appeal to protect platypus and other air-breathing fauna from opera house style yabby traps once and for all receives a disappointing response.