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The 100th edition of our my.Wildlife eBulletin this month got us thinking about the 100 most threatened species from Spotted-tailed quoll, among WPSQ’s ‘Top 10’ – Photo © Kavini Wijesooriya…

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Margaret Thorsborne, 2014. Image by Sarah Scragg Productions In the 1960s Arthur and Margaret Thorsborne worked tirelessly with Wildlife Queensland’s Gold Coast Branch in campaigns to protect the natural environment….

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For reasons best known to the Abbott government, the closing date Our marine life relies on the protection of Commonwealth marine reserves nation-wide. – Photo © Sam Harris for submissions…

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Saving the Spotted-Tailed Quoll

5 October 2020   Wildlife Queensland has today launched a new guide that provides information and advice to landholders, natural resource managers and the public about the endangered spotted-tailed quoll….

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Wildlife Queensland’s plastics campaign is making progress having recently achieved two very significant milestones. Wildlife Queensland welcomes two recent outcomes as significant steps forward in reducing litter and the threats…

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Single-use plastics

Updated 15 April 2020   The Queensland Government has announced plans to introduce legislation to phase out certain plastic products. These include plastic straws, stirrers, cutlery, and plates (taking…

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14 February 2020   image © Amanda Hancock The unprecedented 2019/20 Australian bushfire season has burned an estimated 15.6 million acres and killed an estimated 1 billion animals 1. The…

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The Queensland Government has released a planning document: Toward Q2: Tomorrow’s Queensland. This document purports to deliver vision for Queensland in Toward Q2: What should Queensland be like in 2020?…

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Wildlife Queensland is opposed to environmental offsets as a mechanism to permit development in places where it should not occur. Diddillibah bushland, Sunshine CoastPhoto © Holly Bryant It is an…

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Recent studies have found that koala population densities in Brisbane’s south-eastern suburbs, Logan, Redlands and the Pine Rivers region, have fallen dramatically by up to about 80 percent in…

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