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Clean Up Australia Day is on Sunday, 1 March 2020. It’s the perfect opportunity to join with family, friends, neighbours and colleagues to remove all the rubbish accumulating in your local park, bushland, beaches and waterways before it kills our wildlife.
In 2020, WPSQ’s conservation programs will focus on enhancing and building community awareness of native wildlife, restoring vital wildlife habitat and surveying and monitoring of conservation-significant species in South Eastern Queensland.
Don’t miss this important 1-day symposium! Protected areas are the cornerstone of efforts to safeguard biodiversity; they are the best available means to ensure the recovery and survival of our threatened native animals and plants. A protected area is a clearly defined geographical space, recognised, dedicated and managed, through legal or other effective means, to achieve the …
This year, Wildlife Queensland’s celebration of another year in conservation will be held at the beautiful Indooroopilly Golf Club where friends and supporters of the Society will enjoy drinks and a 2-course dinner and hear how a ‘radical’ new approach may help save threatened species from climate change.