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In commemoration of Wayne Lawler’s remarkable contributions to the field of nature photography, Wildlife Queensland is delighted to announce the launch of the Wayne Lawler Nature Conservation Photography Grant.
Wildlife Queensland’s PlatypusWatch has commenced its annual platypus monitoring survey across Greater Brisbane using the environmental DNA (eDNA) detection method.
As we approach the International Day for Biological Diversity on 22 May 2023, with the theme “Agreement to Action: Build Back Diversity”, it is important to recognise the significance of digging mammals in preserving Queensland’s rich biodiversity.
Wildlife Queensland launched its end-of-financial-year appeal this week to raise money to continue monitoring, protecting and advocating for Queensland’s native wildlife.
Wildlife Queensland and the Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network (RBCN) have teamed up with West Village Brisbane to boost the recovery of the vulnerable Richmond birdwing butterfly.
The Australian Government’s Australia, State of the Environment 2021 report found that Australia’s environment is in a sorry state. The number of animals and plants at risk of extinction continues to increase, and Queensland is no exception. But what is our state doing to protect them?
With National Volunteer Week just around the corner, running from 15 – 21 May, Wildlife Queensland would like to express a heartfelt thank you to the many people who generously volunteer their time to support our organisation.
In an Australian-first, the Queensland Government has announced that the state’s container refund scheme (CRS), Containers for Change, will expand to include glass wine and spirit bottles from 1 November 2023.
This International Bat Appreciation Day, we’re pleased to donate part of the proceeds from the 2022/2023 Wildlife Queensland Batty Boat Cruise season to Bat Conservation and Rescue Qld Inc. (BCRQ) as a thank you for their generous participation in our cruises this year.
The Queensland Government has passed legislation to strengthen the state’s environmental framework. The new legislation includes measures to improve consultation on resource projects, provide early certainty on unacceptable projects, and ensure that environmental impact statements (EISs) remain current.
Since the start of the year, Wildlife Queensland’s Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby Conservation Network has been busy continuing its conservation work for vulnerable brush-tailed rock-wallaby populations in South East Queensland.
Celebrate World Frog Day 2023 by learning about the frogs living in your local area and how you can help conserve them.