The Spring (Species Recovery Information Gateway) is an online tool which provides information to support the conservation and recovery of Queensland's threatened plant and animal species, particularly those at risk of extinction.
The species prioritisation framework is an initiative that prioritises Queensland's native species to guide conservation management and recovery.
Read more about the different classifications for rare and threatened wildlife.
In order to make informed decisions on the management of Queensland's natural resources, we implement a range of research programs.
Raine Island, on the remote northern tip of the Great Barrier Reef is the breeding ground for one of the world’s largest populations of green turtles.
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