Wildlife Queensland presents: Threatened Glider Recovery

Wildlife Queensland presents: Threatened Glider Recovery

Register for the Zoom webinar here In this FREE 1-hr Wildlife Queensland webinar, Queensland Glider Network Projects Manager Matt Cecil hosts presenters Paul Revie (Wildlife Queensland), Rachel Lyons (Noosa & District Landcare Group), and Liz Gould (Healthy Land...
Threatened Species Recovery Plans – not for the faint-hearted

Threatened Species Recovery Plans – not for the faint-hearted

3 May 2022 Author: Daryl Dickson It was a strange but welcome feeling the day Wildlife Queensland’s Cassowary Coast–Hinchinbrook Branch received final notification that the new National Mahogany Glider Recovery Plan had finally been legislated by the Federal...
Survey results for gliders on the Scenic Rim

Survey results for gliders on the Scenic Rim

16 March 2022 Before the latest ‘big wet’ arrived, our glider guru, Paul Revie, Project Officer for the Queensland Glider Network, put his gaiters on and went out searching for greater gliders in the Scenic Rim. Happily, Paul did find a greater glider – of course, the...
Multiregional wins for at-risk gliders

Multiregional wins for at-risk gliders

  14 February 2022 Wildlife Queensland is proud to announce that the Queensland Glider Network (QGN) is a successful recipient of Federal Government funding to improve community knowledge of endangered greater gliders and vulnerable yellow-bellied gliders across...

Gliding into 2022

17 December 2021 Stars above, spotlight beams, nocturnal shrieks, and the sudden swoop of something overhead in the darkness – boobook, powerful owl or … glider? This year’s results from Wildlife Queensland’s glider conservation teams make all the bushwhacking...
Recovering the Mahogany Glider: A Team Effort

Recovering the Mahogany Glider: A Team Effort

  17 September 2021 The National Mahogany Glider Recovery Team met in Tully last week, and despite the uncertainty and complexity of remote meetings, cooperation between members was high – all working constructively to improve the future for this endangered...

New Study Suggests Australia has Failed Greater Gliders

26 August 2021 Authors: Darcy Watchorn, PhD Candidate, Deakin University and Kita Ashman, Threatened Species & Climate Adaptation Ecologist, Deakin University. This article was first published by The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Australia has...

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...

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