WPSQ newsletter Winter 2016 Includes upcoming events, reports on April May and June speakers, and AGM notice.
WPSQ newsletter Autumn 2016 Lots of information here about our upcoming events and past speakers.
Check out what the Branch has been doing, and what’s coming up over the few months. WPSQ newsletter Summer 2016 for Blog
Our first public meeting of the year will be on Tuesday 23rd February at 7.30pm, at the RGSQ Rooms at Milton (see our Spring 2015 Newsletter for directions, other details, and more information about other coming events). “8-Legged Super Heroes! … Continue reading
Queensland Spiny Crayfish and Friends: Using Genetic Techniques to Guide Conservation Charlotte Hurry, Australian Rivers Institute, Griffith University – October 2015 Charlotte received a grant from WPSQ to assist in her study of three Queensland crayfish species. The crayfish she … Continue reading
Photo by Ian Sanderson via Flikr Presentation by Lyn Cole of the Glossy Black Conservancy Lyn began by informing us why the Glossy Blacks are so vulnerable: it is because they feed on only 2 species of Casuarina, the black … Continue reading
Summary from Gordon Grigg’s August Presentation Crocs have the strongest bite in the animal kingdom And a unique integumentary sensory network. Crocs make long resting dives. Most dives are conducted aerobically. Dive time is extended by PBS generating a reduction … Continue reading
See what we have been doing at Brisbane Branch and check out what is coming up! WPSQ newsletter Spring 2015 (for email)
Mel McGregor, a PHD student at Griffith University, battled the flu as she presented our September lecture. Here are some points she made during her talk. Images are from her presentation. Road ecology is a comparatively new area of study, … Continue reading
Rob Morris of Southern Ocean Seabirds Association gave the July presentation, illustrating the talk with his many wonderful photographs depicting the birds he has seen through the seasons. Images are from his presentation. Summer Autumn Winter Spring Southern Ocean Seabirds … Continue reading