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The Eco Preservation Society isn't forcing one to take extreme steps, but rather encouraging each of us to take a minumum of one eco friendly step toward becoming more sustainable. If most of us take one step then as a complete, we could make a substantial difference.
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The Eco Preservation Society is a membership, educational and networking organization specializing in the promotion of sustainable human action focused on achieving positive environmental effects. Our job is to market study, travel and instruction applications that advance environmental awareness and facilitate public consciousness with a call to action.

Greater Gliders Webinar

Join Wildlife Queensland and guest presenters, Dr Teresa Eyre and Josh Bowell and Sam Horton for a fascinating free one-hour webinar about Australia's greater gliders.

Join Wildlife Queensland and guest presenters, Dr Teresa Eyre and Josh Bowell and Sam Horton for a fascinating free one-hour webinar about Australia's greater gliders.
Greater Gliders Webinar

 

Please join us for Greater Gliders – a Wildlife Queensland webinar

Join Wildlife Queensland and guest presenters, Dr Teresa Eyre (Queensland Herbarium) and Josh Bowell and Sam Horton (Queensland Glider Network) for a fascinating free one-hour webinar about Australia’s greater gliders, brought to you by Logan City Council.

Learn what makes these amazing flying marsupials so special, the main threats to greater glider populations, and how an innovative Queensland Glider Network project is helping to increase conservation awareness for the uncommonly observed yellow-bellied glider and threatened greater glider with councils, private landholders, and the general public.

The webinar will conclude with a Q&A session.

Event details

Date and time:

Wednesday, 16 June 2021
10.30 am – 11.30 am (AEST – Brisbane time)

Location:

Online – Zoom platform

Register

Please register to book your spot

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Unable to attend?

Please register and we will send you a link to the recording after the event.

About the presenters

Matt Cecil, Projects Manager, Wildlife Queensland

Matt CecilMatt Cecil is the Projects Manager at Wildlife Queensland. His career in wildlife began in 2001 while holidaying in Tasmania: He visited a local wildlife park, desperate to see a Tasmanian devil, and landed a job at the park as an animal keeper, starting the very next week. Eight years, one zoology degree and several animal bite marks later, he returned to Brisbane to defrost.

Matt joined the Wildlife Queensland team in 2014 managing projects under the organisation’s focussed species networks; PlatypusWatch, Queensland Glider Network, Richmond Birdwing Conservation network and the Quoll Seekers Network.

Queensland Glider Network aims to raise awareness of gliders and their habitat requirements. We want to improve community knowledge and interest in gliders. We hope to achieve this by being a hub for glider conservation, research and information exchange in Queensland. We want to educate communities to enable them to support their local glider populations.

 

Teresa Eyre PhD, Principal Ecologist, Queensland Herbarium

 

Josh Bowell and Sam Horton, Project Officers, Queensland Glider Network

 

Contact us

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Wildlife Queensland on 07 3844 0129 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 


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