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Where is the political will to preserve our wildlife?© IainStych / Getty Images

Where is the political will to preserve our wildlife?

Campaigns for the upcoming 2022 Federal Election on Saturday 21 May have passed the halfway mark. Given the widely reported faunal extinction crisis facing Australia, you might think the major political parties would be keen to outline strategies and earmark significant, essential increases in funding to arrest the crisis and reverse the trend. Not so!

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Threatened Species Recovery Plans – not for the faint-hearted

Threatened Species Recovery Plans – not for the faint-hearted

It was a strange but welcome feeling the day Wildlife Queensland’s Cassowary Coast–Hinchinbrook Branch received final notification that the new National Mahogany Glider Recovery Plan had finally been legislated by the Federal Government and jointly made with the Queensland Government.

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Forget ‘bunnies’, it’s time for some native goodies …

Forget ‘bunnies’, it’s time for some native goodies …

It’s a dentist’s favourite time of year. Kids get a long break and a sugar rush, and parents get … well … let’s just say we might need a spell in the garden! Tasty natives like midyim, muntries, or rosella jam are excellent local sweet treats, and we have just the planting program to keep your homelife sweet over the holidays.

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An unexpected event: a political party gets proactive

An unexpected event: a political party gets proactive

The starter gun has been fired for the Federal Election on 21 May 2022. This year, for the first time in living history, Wildlife Queensland was contacted by a political party seeking advice on our concerns regarding environment-related issues – an unexpected event indeed!

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Will our top fossil be a platypus?

Will our top fossil be a platypus?

Tourism Minister Stirling Hinchliffe has announced that Queenslanders will be able to pick their favourite fossil to add to Queensland’s nine official emblems from April 11 – and one of them is an ancient platypus. 

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Park Ridge’s quest for quolls continues …

Park Ridge’s quest for quolls continues …

Generously hosted and supported by Park Ridge Connect, our Quoll Seekers Network’s well-turned-out Quoll Discovery Day on 26 March in Logan introduced mammal-watchers and market-goers alike to Queensland’s endearing but, sadly, endangered spotted-tailed quoll (Dasyurus maculatus).

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Celebrating our forests on International Day of Forests

Celebrating our forests on International Day of Forests

The United Nations declared 21 March the International Day of Forests in 2012 to raise awareness of forest habitats and encourage local, national and international efforts to protect and restore forests. Around 80% of the world’s terrestrial biodiversity exists in forests, which combined contain 60,000 tree species; however, 420 million hectares of forest (an area bigger than India) have been lost since 1990.

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It’s Global Recycling Day

It’s Global Recycling Day

Recycling has been called the Earth’s ‘Seventh Resource’ (after water, air, oil, natural gas, coal and minerals) because it saves more than 700 million tonnes of CO2 emissions annually, with an estimated increase to 1 billion tonnes saved each year expected by 2030. Today is Global Recycling Day, so we’re showcasing a few simple ways you can help conserve the planet’s resources.

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Survey results for gliders on the Scenic Rim© Third Silence Nature PhotographiNaturalist

Survey results for gliders on the Scenic Rim

Before the latest ‘big wet’ arrived, our glider guru, Paul Revie, Project Officer for the Queensland Glider Network, put his gaiters on and went out searching for greater gliders in the Scenic Rim.

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