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Environmental harm and threats to our wildlife can occur at different scales and appropriate control or enforcement can involve different levels of government ‒ Commonwealth, State or Local. At times action is required at the national level, in other situations at the state level and very frequently at the local or regional level. Members taking …

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Presentations at the Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network northern habitat corridor project launch kicked off at the Samford District Bowls Club, Samford Valley at 11.00am on 9  June 2019. A list of speakers and presentation topics is included below. Additional downloadable presentations will be available shortly – please check back again soon. Speakers Dr Christine Hosking, RBCN …

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Rubbish

Wildlife Queensland calls on the Commonwealth Government to set a date to phase out single-use problem plastic takeaway items.

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Stop Adani

Wildlife Queensland calls into question the transparency of the Commonweath Government’s decision on Tuesday, 9 April to approve the Adani mine groundwater management plan.

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Squirrel Glider

Clearing and fragmentation of habitat resulting in loss of tree hollows pose serious threats to the survival of our squirrel glider population. Find out how we’re championing the conservation of this amazing glider species.

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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.

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Margaret Thorsborne, 2014. Image by Sarah Scragg Productions In the 1960s Arthur and Margaret Thorsborne worked tirelessly with Wildlife Queensland’s Gold Coast Branch in campaigns to protect the natural environment. Moving to Cardwell in 1972 they continued to work for the protection of significant local areas, in particular Hinchinbrook Island and adjacent coastal habitats, and …

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We are so excited to announce that this year’s Bulimba Fashion Festival is going wild and green with Wildlife Queensland one of the event’s two beneficiary charities!

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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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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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