Greater Glider ‘Dine & Shine’, Lake Moogerah

Greater Glider ‘Dine & Shine’, Lake Moogerah

Following on from the success of our earlier glider events, Wildlife Queensland’s Queensland Glider Network brings you another FREE half-day ‘Dine & Shine’. Come and learn all about endangered greater gliders and yellow-bellied gliders, enjoy a light lunch and...

Yell Out for Our Most Outspoken Glider this Christmas!

18 November 2021 Help launch our annual appeal for the yellow-bellied glider!   It’s that time of year again! Giving season is here again, and it’s time to launch Wildlife Queensland’s annual Christmas Appeal. This year, we’re urging you to raise your voices,...
Queensland Glider Network Project Updates – December 2020

Queensland Glider Network Project Updates – December 2020

As a result, the greater glider and yellow-bellied glider have been included in the federal Threatened Species Scientific Committee’s priority assessment list, nominated for a status upgrade to Endangered under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity...

New project to put threatened SEQ gliders on the map

28 August 2020   Wildlife Queensland has launched a new Queensland Glider Network project aimed at understanding and documenting the distribution of yellow-bellied gliders in South East Queensland. The project will also document the distribution and occurrence of...
Glorious Gliders webinar

Glorious Gliders webinar

About the event Australia’s gliding possums are an amazing collection of species all renowned for being able to glide between trees with the aid of a membrane of skin linking the fore and hind legs. They range in size from the tiny feathertail glider, which can...

Nest box use by hollow-dependant fauna

18 December 2019 Author: Rachael Harris Brushtail possums. Nest box monitoring image, Greenbank Military Reserve, Logan City. South-eastern Queensland is in the midst of a very hot and very dry period.  Data accessed on the Bureau of Meteorology website shows the...

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