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In collaboration with universities, Wildlife Queensland has established a dynamic Internship Program that allows students to contribute to meaningful research and conservation efforts.
Wildlife Queensland’s project officer, Hannah Thomas, uncovered a surprising and previously undocumented behaviour in Australia’s largest bird of prey – the majestic wedge-tailed eagle.
Leading into Christmas, the engineering and environmental consultancy Engeny had a WILD time raising money for Wildlife Queensland.
Recent concerns about increasing crocodile sightings in Queensland have prompted discussions on potential culls. However, a closer look reveals the situation is more complex.
It’s been a busy few months of glider surveys and sightings for our Queensland Glider Network (QGN) and the Yellow-bellied Glider Project team! Their latest adventures include a search for Gizmo, the face of the Christmas appeal, and exciting yellow-bellied glider sightings.
Wildlife Queensland project officer Hannah Thomas has been busy gathering spotted-tailed quoll data, planting platypus habitat, creating butterfly corridors, and installing greater glider hollows.
Taking the green out of green energy? Balancing wind power growth with wildlife conservation in Queensland
Wind power is an integral part of the energy mix for the global transition to a cleaner, more sustainable future. However, it could seriously affect our ecological systems and threatened species if inappropriately located and insensitively developed.
Wildlife Queensland announces winner of inaugural Wayne Lawler Nature Conservation Photography Grant
Wildlife Queensland is delighted to announce the winner of the 2023 Wayne Lawler Nature Conservation Photography Grant.
In a recent interview with The Community Leader Redlands, Wildlife Queensland Projects Manager, Matt Cecil, and Wildlife Queensland Bayside Branch President, Steve Homewood, provided valuable guidance on caring for our wildlife during the heat.
National Recycling Week, established by Planet Ark in 1996, promotes sustainable living and empowers Australians to make eco-conscious choices. This annual event, held during the second week of November, focuses on educating individuals and encouraging the purchase of products made with recycled content to close the recycling loop.
Wildlife Queensland has launched its Christmas appeal to raise funds for a new Greater Glider project. This initiative aims to collect crucial data on greater gliders’ habitat preferences and movement patterns, contributing to the conservation efforts for this endangered species.
Amid ongoing threats of urban expansion, bushfires, and deforestation, habitats suitable for hollow-dependent wildlife species are rapidly diminishing due to the decline in old-growth trees. But are nest boxes the answer?