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Baby Indi

The final Batty Boat Cruise for 2019 was an evening of relaxed cruising on the Brisbane River, a stunning sunset and flying-fox fly-out spectacular!

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Eastern water dragons

Tamielle Brunt and Judith Vink report on an alarming recent find in an area that attracts an abundance of aquatic wildlife.

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Brushtail possums

Uni of Queensland placement student Rachael Harris analyses occupancy data for nest boxes installed within urban bushland in the Forrestdale area, Logan and shares some surprising results.

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EPBC Act review

Public submissions have opened for the first independent review of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC) Act in a decade.

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A series of recent activities have come together all with positive outcomes that acknowledge the efforts invested by Wildlife Queensland, our members, Branches, supporters and volunteers and set the scene for a very positive outlook for 2020.

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Brush-tailed rock wallaby

Wildlife Queensland’s recent camera monitoring survey has unearthed important findings for the recovery of vulnerable brush-tailed rock wallabies.

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Wildlife Queensland, in partnership with the Boomerang Alliance, achieved some positive outcomes for the environment and wildlife this year as part of our campaign to reduce plastic pollution and litter in Queensland.

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Mike Archer at Riversleigh

Wildlife Queensland recently caught up with Wildlife Queensland Annual Dinner special guest speaker and renowned palaeontologist, Professor Mike Archer, to chat about his current project to save the Critically Endangered Mountain Pygmy-possum.

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Wildlife Queensland was delighted and honoured to accept an invitation from the Australian Political Exchange Council to host a meeting with the 13th New Zealand Delegation this week.

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Mountain Pygmy Possum

This year, Wildlife Queensland’s celebration of another year in conservation will be held at the beautiful Indooroopilly Golf Club where friends and supporters of the Society will enjoy drinks and a 2-course dinner and hear how a ‘radical’ new approach may help save threatened species from climate change.

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