Big things for brushies in 2022

Big things for brushies in 2022

21 December 2021 The New Year will bring new opportunities to help save Logan’s brush-tailed rock-wallabies, and a new Wildlife Queensland team member to champion their conservation. Following on from our 2019 brush-tailed rock-wallaby (Petrogale penicillata)...

Nest boxes are making a difference

27 July 2021   With the wintry ‘Ekka westerlies’ on their way, wildlife species are snuggling into the many nest boxes that Queensland Glider Network staff and volunteers have set up in parks and reserves throughout South-East Queensland.  ...
Greater Glider Events Draw Great(er) Response From Logan Community

Greater Glider Events Draw Great(er) Response From Logan Community

166 people attended Wildlife Queensland’s Queensland Glider Network greater glider events between 29 May and 20 June. Greater glider spotted on the Noctural Animal Spotlighting event. Image © Perkelly Photography The free event series, which included three...

Spotted-tailed quoll project update ‒ July 2019

7 July 2019   This project is funded through a Logan City Council Envirogrant The spotted-tailed quoll (Dasyurus maculatus maculatus) is listed as Endangered under Commonwealth legislation, Vulnerable in Queensland (southern sub-species) and as one of Logan City...

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