In early October, members of the Scenic Rim community met with representatives from Boonah and District Landcare and Wildlife Queensland’s Scenic Rim Branch at Bunjurgen Estate Vineyard. Attendees enjoyed a tipple while discussing how to ‘connect the dots’ through ongoing corridor and nest box monitoring programs across the Scenic Rim’s fire-affected areas.
Many nature-lovers who attend Wildlife Queensland’s webinars, meetings or workshops express enthusiasm for revegetating their properties with native flora. Here are 9 simple steps to getting started with your rewilding project.
Close to 6,300 hectares of land south-west of Brisbane will be protected with the Palaszczuk Government announcing the expansion of a World Heritage-listed national park and the creation of a new conservation estate.
Today sees the release of a landmark report highlighting the impacts of the Queensland Government’s Flying Fox Roost Management laws. Half of all flying fox species in Queensland are listed as threatened species, but the current laws allow for potentially harmful dispersals and disruptions to roosts with no environmental assessments at all.
Join Wildlife Queensland’s Quoll Seeker’s Network and Noosa & District Landcare, along with expert presenters Dr Scott Burnett and Dr Sean FitzGibbon, to learn more about the ‘secret life’ of cryptic, endangered quolls and what you can do to help support them across the Sunshine Coast and Hinterland and throughout the Mary River Catchment.
The Commonwealth Government is considering rewriting the protections afforded to our most at-risk species by proposing to replace almost 200 recovery plans for threatened species or ecological communities with conservation advice.