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Wildlife Queensland’s Queensland Glider Network (QGN) is rolling out a series of free half-day workshops to encourage landholders to help conserve threatened greater gliders and yellow-bellied gliders … and they’re so popular they’re attracting ‘glider groupies’.

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It was a strange but welcome feeling the day Wildlife Queensland’s Cassowary Coast–Hinchinbrook Branch received final notification that the new National Mahogany Glider Recovery Plan had finally been legislated by the Federal Government and jointly made with the Queensland Government.

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Greater glider

Before the latest ‘big wet’ arrived, our glider guru, Paul Revie, Project Officer for the Queensland Glider Network, put his gaiters on and went out searching for greater gliders in the Scenic Rim.

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Dine & Shine postponed

Sadly, due to flooding and to ensure the safety of people and wildlife, we have had to POSTPONE the Queensland Glider Network ‘Dine & Shine’ Glider Workshop and Spotlighting event planned for this Saturday at Camp Moogerah.

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Dine & Shine postponed

We have had to POSTPONE the ‘Dine & Shine’ Workshop and Spotlighting event on the Scenic Rim scheduled for 5 March 2022 due to widespread flooding. We apologise for the inconvenience.

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Wildlife Queensland is proud to announce that the Queensland Glider Network (QGN) is a successful recipient of Federal Government funding to improve community knowledge of endangered greater gliders and vulnerable yellow-bellied gliders across south-eastern Queensland’s fire-affected regions.

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Mahogany glider

Stars above, spotlight beams, nocturnal shrieks, and the sudden swoop of something overhead in the darkness – boobook, powerful owl or … glider? This year’s results from Wildlife Queensland’s glider conservation teams make all the bushwhacking worthwhile.

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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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