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Nest box monitoring to continue in the Flinders Karawatha Corridor

29/10/2015

Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland is able to continue monitoring 170 wildlife nest boxes in the Flinders Karawatha Corridor following their success in the 2015 SUEZ Community Grants Program.

Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland is able to continue monitoring 170 wildlife nest boxes in the Flinders Karawatha Corridor following their success in the 2015 SUEZ Community Grants Program.

The Society is dedicated to protecting Australia’s native animals and believes that the best outcomes are achieved when the community itself contributes.

The nest box monitoring project aims to determine which animals are utilising nesting boxes for Gliders and finding the best place for them. The SUEZ funding will be used to replace or repair any damage to the boxes and to create informative materials such as brochures, highlighting the importance of these gliding mammals to our natural areas.

Peter Hudson, State General Manager Queensland presented the cheque to at a morning tea on Thursday and said SUEZ was eager support this local community group.

“The Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland do excellent work in conservation and they are a fantastic example of a local organisation that provides invaluable services to the local environment.” Matt Cecil, Senior Projects Officer was excited to hear the news about the grant.

“We can now continue to monitor 170 wildlife nest boxes installed in conservation reserves bordering the Flinders Karawatha Corridor.”

“We are also encouraging community members to get involved in local wildlife activities. The grant will help us get the word out on how it’s so important to support our hollow-dependent native fauna,” Matthew added.

SUEZ launched the company’s community grants program in 2013 and to date has provided more than $250,000 in funding across Australia.

For more information on the SUEZ Community Grants program or to register to receive information about the next grant round in 2016 visit www.suezcommunitygrants.com.au/.

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