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Wild Women Unite for Wildlife – March 2017

Wild Women Unite for Wildlife – March 2017

Wild Women Unite for Wildlife – March 2017

‘Mother Elephant’ Sharon Pincott inspired a 78-strong gathering of women (and some very brave and supportive men) as guest speaker at WPSQ’s recent Wild Women Brunch for Wildlife in honour of International Women’s Day…

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Department of Environment and Heritage Protection

Waste Policy Unit,

GPO Box 2454,

Brisbane, QLD 4001

27 February 2017

waste.paper@ehp.qld.gov.au

RE: Submission on Discussion Paper: Implementing a lightweight plastic shopping bag ban in Queensland

Thank you for the opportunity to provide…

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Sharon with her elephant friends, Zimbabwe Sharon with her elephant friends, Zimbabwe

Wildlife Queensland is excited to be celebrating women in wildlife conservation and International…

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Droving by Paul Donatiu Droving by Paul Donatiu

On 6 February 2017 Wildlife Queensland appeared at the public hearing on the Stock Route Network Management…

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Balloons on beach

Washed-up balloons on a beach. Image © Kevin Redgrave. Washed-up balloons on a beach. Image © Kevin Redgrave.

Have you had a gutful of helium-filled…

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Citizen scientists key for platypus – February 2017

PlatypusSPOT empowers citizen scientists as key to understanding platypus population trends PlatypusSPOT empowers citizen scientists as key to understanding platypus population trends.

As highlighted by…

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Great Concern for the GAB – January 2017

Bore water flows from the Great Artesian Basin in Thargomindah, south-west Queensland, but for how much longer? Image © Kdliss (Wikipedia) Bore water flows…

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Bats skimming the surface to soak up the water they'll later lick from their belly fur. Image © Vivien Jones Bats skimming the surface…

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Thanks to the ban of single-use plastic bags in Queensland, this could one day be an image of actual jellyfish. Thanks to the ban…

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Ban’s in the bag! – November 2016

The banning of single-use plastic bags has been a major focus for Wildlife Queensland, and we are proud to have achieved this significant outcome for our native...
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