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Become a Wildlife Protector and make saving Queensland’s wildlife part of your everyday life! What is the Wildlife Protector Program? In March 2004, Wildlife Queensland expanded its activities to protect…

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Faunawatch is a community-based program run by Wildlife Queensland’s Sunshine Coast Branch. Faunawatch began in 1998 in Caloundra City and has since expanded to the entire Sunshine Coast Regional Council…

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On 21 May 2013 Hon Andrew Powell, Minister for Environment and The Endangered Boronia repanda – Girraween National ParkPhoto © Queensland Herbarium Heritage Protection introduced the Nature Conservation (Protected Plants)…

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It’s been a long time coming but the milestone has finally been achieved: National Park Estate areas in Queensland now Currawinya National Park – Photo © Robert Ashdown exceed five…

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Platypus eDNA surveys

29 October 2020 Conducting platypus eDNA surveys in western Queensland. Image: Matt Cecil/Wildlife Queensland Wildlife Queensland’s PlatypusWatch Network has been granted $26,930 from the state government to survey and document…

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ClimateSmart 2050–Queensland Climate Change Strategy is the State government’s response to the climate change debate. Released on 3 June, the strategy concentrates on energy initiatives and funding for research with…

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Bequests

Who will care about wildlife when I’ve gone? You will – with a bequest to Wildlife Queensland. Your commitment and care for our wildlife will continue for generations if your…

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“Pat Cash and I started Planet Ark after getting drunk one night in 1992. We both felt that there needed to be an organisation that could promote positive solutions,” says…

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(Acrobates pygmaeus) The feathertail glider is the smallest gliding marsupial in the world, also having a unique feather-like tail. The scientific name for this species means pygmy acrobat. Feathertail gliders…

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14 May 2020   Happy platypus. image © Tamielle Brunt 2020 marks Wildlife Queensland’s fifth year of platypus environmental DNA (eDNA) surveys 1 in waterways across the greater Brisbane region,…

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