FREE expo on the Scenic Rim

FREE expo on the Scenic Rim

Book tickets on Eventbrite here Come along and celebrate Wildlife Queensland’s 60th birthday with the Scenic Rim Branch’s FREE expo. Meet some local species with a Geckoes Wildlife Presentation (11 am and 2 pm), and learn about the biodiversity of the...
PlatypusWatch Workshop, Mount Barney

PlatypusWatch Workshop, Mount Barney

Book tickets on Eventbrite here Join PlatypusWatch and Wildlife Queensland as they launch an environmental DNA project throughout bushfire-affected waterways in the Mount Barney region of the Scenic Rim. This fantastic FREE community talk and workshop will help you...
Exploring Creek Critters and Post-Fire Platypus Survival in Canungra

Exploring Creek Critters and Post-Fire Platypus Survival in Canungra

2 December 2021 On Sunday 28 November, some 45 wildlife-lovers joined PlatypusWatch at Canungra School of Arts Hall for a presentation and hands-on learning session to find out more about platypuses, bushfire recovery, and waterbugs. Very little information exists...
PlatypusWatch Community Workshop in the Scenic Rim

PlatypusWatch Community Workshop in the Scenic Rim

1 November 2021 Join PlatypusWatch and Wildlife Queensland as they launch an environmental DNA project throughout bushfire-affected waterways in the Scenic Rim. This fantastic FREE community talk and workshop will help you discover more about Australia’s...

The Month to Make a Difference: Biodiversity Month

1 September 2021 Author: Jasmine Greene September is Biodiversity Month — a month to appreciate the extraordinary web of life we are part of and to encourage the protection, conservation and growth of biodiversity within Australia and worldwide. It also serves as a...
Volunteers Needed to Plant Trees to Help Wildlife in the Scenic Rim

Volunteers Needed to Plant Trees to Help Wildlife in the Scenic Rim

WPSQ Scenic Rim Branch committee members (from left) Sandra Rose, Ronda Green, Darren Green, and Robin Rowland. Image © Robin Rowland. Wildlife Queensland’s Scenic Rim Branch is working on a wildlife corridor plan to link critical habitats across the Scenic Rim....
Planting for Wildlife Corridors in the Scenic Rim

Planting for Wildlife Corridors in the Scenic Rim

During August, Wildlife Queensland Scenic Rim Branch members and volunteers commenced wildlife corridor plantings at Mt Alford and Wallaces Creek near Boonah in the Scenic Rim region. The corridor plantings are part of a larger project to connect Scenic Rim habitats...

Glider corridor project update ‒ July 2019

16 July 2019   Thanks to the generous donations from our members and supporters to Wildlife Queensland’s March 2019 Squirrel Glider Appeal, our glider corridor project is surging ahead. Wildlife Queensland and Wildlife Queensland Scenic Rim Branch have been busy...

#GLIDESURVIVETHRIVE success, thanks to you!

5 May 2019   Because of you, our generous members and supporters, our #GLIDESURVIVETHRIVE effort was a success! Thanks to you, we raised $5,000. We are extremely grateful for the support of all those who chose to give to this important appeal, which included...

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