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Wildlife Queensland’s PlatypusWatch team commenced its fifth season of platypus eDNA sampling in waterways across the greater Brisbane region this week.
In our present Covid captivity, please spend some time thinking about, observing, reading about, or even writing about, the natural world. It can have a calming influence.
As the world negotiates the challenging and ever-evolving social, economic and health impacts of the global novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, many people are contemplating what kind of economy and society they want in the post-pandemic world.
Natural tree hollows are declining due to the pressures of urbanisation and land clearing. You can provide a supplementary hollow and help protect wildlife in your area by installing a nest box.
The Palaszczuk Government today announced that some popular areas in National Parks in Queensland will re-open next Saturday, following a relaxation in guidelines from the Chief Health Officer.
Frog hotels are a great way to encourage more frogs to visit your garden while giving them a safe space to live in.
Switch screen time for green time over the school holidays (and beyond) and plan how to connect kids to nature.
Stronger environmental laws and measures are needed to better protect and conserve our native wildlife and vital habitats. Now is the time to demand action!
A personal message of thanks and support from Wildlife Queensland President Peter Ogilvie.
The Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network (RBCN) recently visited David Fleay Wildlife Park on Queensland’s Gold Coast where a Richmond birdwing captive breeding program is currently underway.