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WPSQ dinner serves up ‘radical’ approach to save endangered species from climate change

WPSQ dinner serves up ‘radical’ approach to save endangered species from climate change

Mountain Pygmy Possum

updated 25 November 2019

 

Mike Archer at Riversleigh Mike Archer at Riversleigh © Mike Archer

This year, Wildlife Queensland’s celebration of…

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Koala and joey

How you can help bushfire-affected wildlife

updated 7 January 2020

 

Koala and joey Photo by Melanie Shires

Our hearts go out to everyone being affected by the bushfires in Australia. Thank…

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14 November 2019

 

Australian bushfire Image © Aldo Manganaro from Getty Images Pro | Canva

The Climate Council has released a new briefing paper Read more

Plastic pollutionWildlife Queensland welcomes the announcement yesterday (7 November 2019) by the Queensland Government of a new Plastic Pollution Reduction Plan, which includes legislation next year (subject…

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Plastic pollution

2019 Meeting of Environment Ministers

7 November 2019

 

BREAKING NEWS | 7 November 2019: Minister for Environment and Great Barrier Reef Leeanne Enoch today released Queensland’s Plastic Pollution Reduction Plan, which sets out…

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Brisbane’s bat-tastic Halloween cruise

31 October 2019

 

Image courtesy of WPSQ Brisbane Branch

 

The rain held off for this year’s Batty Boat Halloween Cruise – and thank goodness, as…

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Looking for a challenge?

26 October 2019

 

The University of Queensland has approached Wildlife Queensland seeking assistance in locating potential Category C members for their various Animal Ethics Committees (AECs).

About AECs

An AEC comprises a balance of specialist members from…

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26 October 2019

 

Red Imported Fire Ant. Image © Biosecurity Queensland

The 2019-20 fire ant treatment season has commenced, with warmer ground temperatures bringing the…

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Help save sharks in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park

26 October 2019

 

You can help to stop the culling of sharks in the Great Barrier Reef.

Despite Queensland Government research, a federal court ruling, other scientific advice providing direction and a strategy for non-lethal management…

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