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The Mahogany Glider Recovery Team met in Tully last week, and despite the uncertainty and complexity of remote meetings, cooperation between members was high – all working constructively to improve the future for this endangered species.

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Greater Glider

Despite the greater glider being listed as vulnerable in 2016, destruction of its habitat has increased in some states and could lead to the species becoming endangered in just five years.

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Showing nest boxes including brushtail possums, sugar glider, rainbow lorikeet eggs and chicks

Staff from Queensland Glider Network have been diligently checking nest boxes throughout June and July.

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greater glider

166 people attended Wildlife Queensland’s Queensland Glider Network greater glider events between 29 May and 20 June.

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Yellow-bellied glider

Wildlife Queensland’s Yellow-Bellied Glider Project team has had recent success locating yellow-bellied glider colonies in the western suburbs of Logan.

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greater glider

QGN has continued monitoring glider populations across the Brisbane region in addition to surveying for gliders in the West Logan region with some significant early findings.

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yellow-bellied glider

A new Queensland Glider Network research and monitoring project will help to locate and protect threatened glider species in South East Queensland.

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Glorious Gliders

In this webinar, you’ll learn about our amazing gliding possums (gliders), their habitat and the main threats to glider populations. You’ll also find out how Wildlife Queensland and its dedicated Queensland Glider Network are working to support glider populations through a range of conservation projects and education initiatives – and how you can help.

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Wildlife Queensland’s Queensland Glider Network was excited to be a part of Logan City Council’s Conservations Incentives Program Celebration Day on Sunday, 1 March.

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Wildlife Queensland’s Queensland Glider Network has been awarded funding under the Moreton Bay Regional Council community grants program to help protect greater gliders in the Moreton Bay Region.

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