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...
How to build a nest box

How to build a nest box

5 May 2020   There are estimated to be around 400 species of Australian fauna that use tree hollows. Sadly, natural tree hollows are declining due to the pressures of urbanisation and land clearing. You can provide a supplementary hollow and help protect wildlife...

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...

Wildlife Queensland champions the conservation of squirrel gliders

28 February 2019   Queensland is in the enviable position of being home to all seven of Australia’s gliding possums – or gliders. These are an amazing collection of species all renowned for being able to glide between trees with the aid of a membrane of skin...

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