Wildlife Queensland presents: Threatened Glider Recovery

Wildlife Queensland presents: Threatened Glider Recovery

Register for the Zoom webinar here In this FREE 1-hr Wildlife Queensland webinar, Queensland Glider Network Projects Manager Matt Cecil hosts presenters Paul Revie (Wildlife Queensland), Rachel Lyons (Noosa & District Landcare Group), and Liz Gould (Healthy Land...
A united front for platypus recovery

A united front for platypus recovery

1o March 2022 Just before the recent flooding hit, late last month Lockyer Valley organisations and locals invited Tamielle Brunt from Wildlife Queensland’s PlatypusWatch Network to speak at a workshop about platypuses and environmental DNA (eDNA).   Very little...
Exploring Creek Critters and Post-Fire Platypus Survival in Canungra

Exploring Creek Critters and Post-Fire Platypus Survival in Canungra

2 December 2021 On Sunday 28 November, some 45 wildlife-lovers joined PlatypusWatch at Canungra School of Arts Hall for a presentation and hands-on learning session to find out more about platypuses, bushfire recovery, and waterbugs. Very little information exists...

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