Download here: WPSQ newsletter Autumn/Winter 2019 Inside this quarter’s newsletter: Details of talks for the rest of the year – next one 25th June 2019 on Moreton Bay. More information on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/events/260907831475177 Speaker reviews from earlier this year
Welcome to our first newsletter of 2019. WPSQ Brisbane Branch newsletter Summer 2019 Inside this quarter’s newsletter: Details of talks from February until June, starting off on Feb 26th at 7.30 at Albion with Chantelle Derez, from the Brisbane Python Project, … Continue reading
WPSQ newsletter Spring 2018_final Standard size See details on our last talk of 2018: Feeding wild birds: What does the science tell us? – 27th November 2018 and early notice of talks for 2019 Bees and their beneficial microorganisms: yeasts … Continue reading
WPSQ newsletter Winter 2018 See details about some great upcoming talks: Squirrel Glider Monitoring Project – 28 August The ability to nest anywhere, is it a choice? Eastern ospreys – 25 September In search of an endangered gecko in a … Continue reading
WPSQ newsletter Autumn 2018 LD Upcoming talks; Speaker reports on Cane Toads and Container Refund Schemes; opportunities to help us fundraise.
WPSQ newsletter Summer 2018 Welcome to our first newsletter of 2018! There’s a look at what’s coming up this year in our free monthly talks and other events, as well as reviews of some great talks from last year. Look … Continue reading
Hope you all had a great holiday and are relaxing into the new year. Brisbane Branch committee has been busy. Since losing our meeting venue at Milton last year, we have now arranged a new venue: The Albion Peace Hall … Continue reading
We trust that you have enjoyed your year with Wildlife Queensland, and are looking forward to an environmentally friendly 2018. Our November 2017 meeting has turned out to be our last meeting at the RGSQ Milton venue, as the premises … Continue reading
WPSQ newsletter Spring 2017 The title says it all – our Newsletter for Spring 2017 is here. It contains our Annual Report, summary of the AGM, Speaker reports on Fraser Island, Death Adders and Bilbys; links to our website, Batty … Continue reading
Upcoming speakers, reports on past events, and more now available in our latest newsletter. Don’t forget our AGM coming up on 22nd August.