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THREATENED MIGRATORY SHOREBIRDS

THREATENED MIGRATORY SHOREBIRDS

                                             At the October BIEPA General Meeting, we had the wonderful opportunity to hear an informative address by Professor Richard Fuller from the school of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Queensland....
Koala Conservation

Koala Conservation

Communication and invitation from the QLD Department of Environment and Science. The link to the DES website (at the end of this message) provides further information on the program and the opportunity to register. “In 2018, the Department of Environment and...
Bar-tailed Godwits

Bar-tailed Godwits

Queensland Environment Department 6 April 2021 Do you remember ‘Traveller’ 6RYBR, a migratory Bar-tail Godwit? Well, her story continues……. Let’s recap… Last September while on patrol Rangers spotted ‘Traveller’ at the Toorbul Roost. She was stopping over to rest and...
Power up Queensland

Power up Queensland

I’m excited to share our new campaign video with you! We’ve been busy working on this State of Origin style video highlighting how far behind Queensland is falling in the race to transition to renewables. We think it ties in pretty well with our new pledge too! We all...
Endangered Leatherback Turtles

Endangered Leatherback Turtles

By Diane Oxenford Our South East Queensland Leatherbacks are functionally extinct. Dr Col Limpus (Mon Repos Conservation Research Park)  believes there are between 12 and 15 living in our SEQ waters but they have not nested on our beaches in the past 20 years.  If we...