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Containers for Change

Containers for Change, Queensland’s container refund scheme, was introduced on 1 November 2018 to help clean up our state. The scheme aims to increase recycling rates and reduce litter by encouraging Queenslanders to exchange eligible drink containers for a 10 cent refund. As members and supporters of Wildlife Queensland know we were a strong advocate …

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Wildlife Queensland Sunshine Coast & Hinterland Branch has launched a parliamentary petition to counter Queensland Air Museum’s petition to expand their facility into Isabel Jordan Bushland Reserve.

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Plastic Free July

Join the challenge … choose to refuse single-use plastic this Plastic Free July!

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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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Help stop the destruction of Australia’s forests and bushlands ‒ and save the wildlife that call them home.

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BRTW and swamp wallaby

Wildlife Queensland’s BTRW project camera monitoring surveys have been running for 45 days and are showing some interesting activity patterns of wallabies at our study site.

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Wildlife Australia magazine

Subscribe to Wildlife Australia between 25 August – 1 September and receive a FREE Batty Boat Cruise family voucher (2 adults + 3 kids) worth $100*! T&Cs apply.

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Koala

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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