Queensland’s Quolls webinar

Queensland’s Quolls webinar

  Queensland’s Quolls Webinar recording   Thank you to everyone for tuning in to our Queensland’s Quolls webinar. We hope you enjoyed the event. Below you’ll find: PowerPoint presentations to download additional Q&As not recorded in the...

Hunt for endangered spotted-tailed quoll in Logan

28 July 2020   Wildlife Queensland’s Quoll Seekers Network (QSN) has completed its latest round of detection dog surveys to establish the existence of the spotted-tailed quoll in the Logan region. The native spotted-tailed quoll (Dasyurus maculatus maculatus) is...

The quest continues: Quoll seeking camera monitoring findings

30 June 2020   Wildlife Queensland’s Quoll Seekers Network recently completed a three-month infra-red (IR) camera monitoring project looking for spotted-tailed quoll at Mt Perry in the Flinders Peak region, South-East Queensland. The project was run as a...
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,...

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