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Wildlife Queensland’s PlatypusWatch program can now proudly reveal the much-awaited results of eDNA sampling at sites along the Dawson River and tributaries earlier this year.
A study to determine how koalas navigate fragmented habitat and their use of isolated eucalypts in the Logan Valley urgently requires the assistance of landholders around Rathdowney and Beaudesert.
Wildlife Queensland’s Platypus Watch Network has been granted $26,930 from the state government to survey and document the population distribution of platypuses within the upper Dawson River and tributaries around the Taroom region.
Switch screen time for green time over the school holidays (and beyond) and plan how to connect kids to nature.