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Wildlife Queensland simply wouldn’t exist without volunteers. The not-for-profit Society began as a volunteer organisation and volunteers remain at the very heart and soul of everything we do.
You can make a difference
We are enormously grateful to the many committed individuals who generously volunteer their time and support to Wildlife Queensland in the following areas:
- wildlife conservation project work and scientific surveys, including activities such as setting up camera traps, survey work, nest box installation and monitoring
- land management, involving activities such as weeding and planting
- policy and campaign work
- fundraising assistance
- administration and general office duties
- event coordination, baking and stall management
We welcome all enquiries from potential volunteers, so if you think volunteering with Wildlife Queensland might be for you, please email us at email@example.com. For specific project-related volunteer enquiries, please see contact details on our project pages.
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Suzie Smith with members and volunteers from north Queensland.
Wildlife Queensland’s Project Officer Hannah Thomas, with volunteers Alexander Barker and Hayden de Villiers, helping install watering systems for bushfire-affected brush-tailed rock-wallabies in the caves of Gillies Ridge Nature Refuge in 2021.
Wildlife Queensland was founded, fostered and promoted by volunteers giving of their time and passion. Wildlife Queensland would not be the organisation it is without the efforts of, and the reliance on, our volunteers.
Latest volunteer news
Today is International Women’s Day and 2022’s theme is #breakthebias. This year, as a way to do that, we’ve decided to keep it light and ‘reclaim’ two words sometimes used to describe women in minimising ways – bird and chick.
Today is the 7th UN International Day for Women and Girls in Science, and this year’s theme is “Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion: Water Unites Us”. To celebrate, we’ve put together a short video featuring just some of Wildlife Queensland’s passionate and dedicated women in science.
WPSQ Scenic Rim Branch committee members (from left) Sandra Rose, Ronda Green, Darren Green, and...