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Tyre fire waiting to happen – July 2017

Tyre fire waiting to happen – July 2017

Tyre fire waiting to happen – July 2017

Tyre Fire in Rocklea, Brisbane. Photo: Mark Slade, ABC News Tyre Fire in Rocklea, Brisbane. Photo: Mark Slade, ABC News

This is what happens when…

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Budget brings green gains – June 2017

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Presented on 13 June, the 2017-18 Queensland State Budget has committed almost $275M…

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Not time for another mine – June 2017

The habitat supported within the mine boundaries is home to a number of endangered species including the yakka skink, ornamental snake, waxy cabbage palm and the southern...
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Bravo for bag ban Bill – June 2017

The introduction of this bill, which will ban all lightweight single-use plastic bags including degradable and biodegradable bags, will significantly reduce the threat to…

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Wildlife Matters: in a Climate of Change

 

Wildlife Queensland invites you to an afternoon and evening dedicated to our wildlife and the ways it is impacted by the climate of change in which we now…

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Annual Appeal 2017

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Dear Friend of Wildlife,

Thanks to the overwhelmingly positive…

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Flora leading the way

Regional ecosystem maps showing the biodiversity status and/or the broad vegetation group are available for free. You can request a map online using property…

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Logan, let’s discover our quolls!

Wildlife Queensland and the Quoll Seekers Network, with support from the Logan City Council, will be hosting a Quoll Discovery Day at the Chambers Flat / Logan Reserve Community Centre to raise awareness of…

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WPSQ and WLFL: linked by the past

Landsborough's sketch map of Talkee Murree Creek, Broadsound, Mt. O'Connell, the Broadsound Reserve, the Coastal Range, Clerk Point and the Talkee Murree Scrub (Bukkulla Scrub). These two...
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23 May 2017

 

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From Cairns in the north to Girraween in the south, and everywhere in between, Queensland’s EchidnaWatchers have been keeping a sharp lookout.
With reports coming…

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