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greater glider

QGN has continued monitoring glider populations across the Brisbane region in addition to surveying for gliders in the West Logan region with some significant early findings.

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University of Queensland (UQ) student Taylor McGregor completed a three-month placement with Wildlife Queensland in 2020 as part of the Society’s Student Placement Program. Read about Taylor and her experience at Wildlife Queensland. 

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Crocodile

The field survey component of the most comprehensive survey of Queensland’s crocodile population in over a decade has been completed. 

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This World Wildlife Conservation Day, we invite you to join us in commemorating and remembering the nearly three billion animals killed or displaced during Australia’s devastating Black Summer bushfires. 

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The Queensland Government has just introduced legislation to ban plastic straws, stirrers, cutlery and plates/bowls in Queensland. Subject to consultation, it will include expanded polystyrene (foam) cups and clamshell containers.

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Liz Downes

Wildlife Queensland Townsville Vice President, Liz Downes, is the 2020 Queensland Volunteer of the Year!

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Platypus habitat in Australia has shrunk by 22 per cent in 30 years and the animal should now be listed as a nationally threatened species, according to new research led by the University of New South Wales.

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Koala

As the newly elected Palaszczuk Government swings into action, it must plan to deliver a number of significant pre-election commitments for the environment,

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Domino Cuckoo Bee

Pollinator Link® members Jake Slinger and Michael Fox discuss how a new citizen science project will help urban residents create wildlife-friendly gardens to benefit pollinators.

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Batty Boat December 2020 Cruise

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.

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