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Wildlife Australia Father’s Day Promotion 2021

Wildlife Australia Father’s Day Promotion 2021

Wildlife Australia Father's Day promotion. Free book with new subscriptions to Wildlife Australia

Wildlife Australia Father’s Day Promotion 2021

 

31 July 2021

Subscribe to Wildlife Australia magazine between 1 August and 5 September 2021 and receive a FREE copy of Harry…

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National Tree Day

Celebrating Trees on National Tree Day

1 August 2021

We owe a lot to trees. Not only do they produce the oxygen we breathe but they are also carbon sequesters that…

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Stand with rangers

Thank a Ranger on World Ranger Day 2021

31 July 2021

Author: Jasmine Greene

 

Showing Indigenous use of plants Indigenous rangers nationwide are passing on vital knowledge and preserving Australia’s natural and cultural heritage…

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Position Statement on Helium Balloons

29 July 2021

What goes up must come down!

 

Boomerang Alliance and Wildlife Queensland oppose any release of helium and other lighter-than-air balloons.

 

The impact…

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Showing nest boxes including brushtail possums, sugar glider, rainbow lorikeet eggs and chicks

Nest boxes are making a difference

27 July 2021

 

With the wintry ‘Ekka westerlies’ on their way, wildlife species are snuggling into the many nest boxes that Queensland Glider Network staff and volunteers have set up in parks and…

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AGM & Southern Branches Meet-Up

Annual General Meeting and Southern Branches Meet-up

 

Come and support Wildlife Preservation Society Queensland for the Southern Branches Meet-up and Annual General Meeting on Saturday 11 September…

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World Mangrove Day

Get Involved on World Mangrove Day—26 July 2021

26 July 2021

 

When you hear the word ‘forest’, you probably think of verdant rainforests, towering karri and jarrah, or the eucalyptus and lemon-scented gum…

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Environmental DNA heads West

25 July 2021

 

Citizen scientists track platypuses in Queensland’s Upper Dawson region

 

Wildlife Queensland’s PlatypusWatch Network and Upper Dawson Branch ran two June workshops in the Banana Shire to teach locals about the iconic platypus…

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A Win for Dawson and Fitzroy River Wildlife

20 July 2021

 

Setting a precedent for coal seam gas wastewater controls

Aquatic wildlife of the Upper Dawson region can ‘breathe easier’ with news that the Federal Government has ruled Santos cannot release unlimited…

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Rakali

Rakali at Risk

19 July 2021

 

Further development planned by the Brisbane City Council around Rocky Waterholes Creek, which flows through Moorooka and Salisbury, could threaten local populations of rakali, residents fear.

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