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...
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...

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...

A Series of Unfortunate Species – Updates to Conservation Listings

30 November 2021 What do the northern tinkerfrog, the Jardine River turtle and the northern greater glider have in common? They are all included on the list of recent updates to conservation status listings under the Nature Conservation and Other Legislation Amendment...
Yellow-Bellied Glider Monitoring Success in Logan

Yellow-Bellied Glider Monitoring Success in Logan

Yellow-bellied glider. Image © Sam Horton Wildlife Queensland’s Yellow-Bellied Glider Project team has had amazing recent success locating yellow-bellied glider colonies by using Audiomoth acoustic monitors to record vocalisations made by the species in the...
Queensland Glider Network Project Updates – December 2020

Queensland Glider Network Project Updates – December 2020

As a result, the greater glider and yellow-bellied glider have been included in the federal Threatened Species Scientific Committee’s priority assessment list, nominated for a status upgrade to Endangered under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity...

New project to put threatened SEQ gliders on the map

28 August 2020   Wildlife Queensland has launched a new Queensland Glider Network project aimed at understanding and documenting the distribution of yellow-bellied gliders in South East Queensland. The project will also document the distribution and occurrence of...

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