Celebrating International Day of Women and Girls in Science

Celebrating International Day of Women and Girls in Science

11 February 2022 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...

Palm Cockatoos Face Existential Decline

22 November 2021 Recent research from Dr Christina Zdenek and Prof Rob Heinsohn published in Biological Conservation finds that the spectacular palm cockatoo looks set to face population declines of 47% to 95% over the next fifty years, which could reduce its number...
Wildlife conservation work more important than ever

Wildlife conservation work more important than ever

14 February 2020   The unprecedented 2019/20 Australian bushfire season has burned an estimated 15.6 million acres and killed an estimated 1 billion animals[efn_note]Samuel, S (2020), A staggering 1 billion animals are now estimated dead in Australia’s fires,...
Protected Areas Matter

Protected Areas Matter

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...

Wildlife Queensland hosts 13th New Zealand Delegation

27 November 2019   The Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland (Wildlife Queensland) this week hosted a meeting with the 13th Delegation from New Zealand. The meeting was held at Wildlife Queensland’s head office in Highgate Hill, Brisbane, and was part of a...

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