Marshmellow the Bearded Dragon was brought to the RSPCA Wildlife Hospital after being brought into the house by a family cat.
Living With Wildlife
Articles about how we can better live and care for our native wildlife.
Jeramiah is a little black flying fox who is lucky to be alive. His mother sadly needed to be put to sleep after being found entangled on barbwire fence.
Plovers love open country and in particular like large grassy areas like school ovals. Learn what to and what not to do when you have Plovers at your school.
Plovers can become aggressive to protect their young from potential threats. Although an ‘angry’ plover is just trying to be a good parent, this behaviour can be misunderstood and lead to conflict with people.
Health and conservation issues for people living near flying fox communities. Learn more about our winged neighbors!
Escalating road kill figures can be curbed in Queensland. “Road kill” is a sad fact of life (and death) on highways. But the current situation is fast spiraling out of control.
There are many fascinating wild animals that share the places we live in. Wild animals require healthy habitats in which to live and you can help in your own garden.
A school wildlife guide for a range of wildlife situations. Wildlife facts, injured wildlife, native animals, young birds, how schools can help, wildlife contacts and more.
Most of us consider cane toads to be pests and quite reasonably want to eliminate them from our gardens. However, they are animals and can suffer pain. They must be handled and killed humanely.
There are many fascinating wild animals that share the places we live in. Wild animals require healthy habitats in which to live, safe from introduced species.