Park Ridge’s quest for quolls continues …

Park Ridge’s quest for quolls continues …

  31 March 2021 Park Ridge locals are now ‘quollified’ and seeking quolls! Generously hosted and supported by Park Ridge Connect, our Quoll Seekers Network’s well-turned-out Quoll Discovery Day on 26 March in Logan introduced mammal-watchers and market-goers...
Another ‘Quollity’ Discovery Day on the Sunshine Coast

Another ‘Quollity’ Discovery Day on the Sunshine Coast

  24 October 2021 Wildlife Queensland’s Quoll Seekers Network and Noosa & District Landcare were buoyed by the fabulous ‘full house’ response to the Quoll Discovery Day at Pomona on Saturday 23 October. Enthusiastic quoll seekers were...
Thank You for Your Support: Quoll Quest Christmas Appeal

Thank You for Your Support: Quoll Quest Christmas Appeal

A massive thank you to our members and donors for supporting the Wildlife Queensland Quoll Quest Christmas Appeal 2020. As of 31 January 2021, you’ve helped raise $16,000 to fund surveys in identified bushland areas between Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast to...
Queensland’s Quolls webinar

Queensland’s Quolls webinar

  Queensland’s Quolls Webinar recording   Thank you to everyone for tuning in to our Queensland’s Quolls webinar. We hope you enjoyed the event. Below you’ll find: PowerPoint presentations to download additional Q&As not recorded in the...
Quoll Seekers Network Extends Search for Elusive Spotted-Tailed Quoll

Quoll Seekers Network Extends Search for Elusive Spotted-Tailed Quoll

  Wildlife Queensland’s Quoll Seekers Network (QSN) is continuing the search for the elusive spotted-tailed quoll in areas north of Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast and into the Mary River Catchment – and they need your help! The spotted-tailed quoll is the largest...
Wildlife Queensland Launches New Guide to Help Save Endangered Quoll

Wildlife Queensland Launches New Guide to Help Save Endangered Quoll

Wildlife Queensland has today launched a new guide that provides information and advice to landholders, natural resource managers and the public about the endangered spotted-tailed quoll. Saving the Spotted-Tailed Quoll: A Landholder’s Guide is produced by Wildlife...

Hunt for endangered spotted-tailed quoll in Logan

28 July 2020   Wildlife Queensland’s Quoll Seekers Network (QSN) has completed its latest round of detection dog surveys to establish the existence of the spotted-tailed quoll in the Logan region. The native spotted-tailed quoll (Dasyurus maculatus maculatus) is...

The quest continues: Quoll seeking camera monitoring findings

30 June 2020   Wildlife Queensland’s Quoll Seekers Network recently completed a three-month infra-red (IR) camera monitoring project looking for spotted-tailed quoll at Mt Perry in the Flinders Peak region, South-East Queensland. The project was run as a...
Seeking out elusive quolls in the Mary River Catchment

Seeking out elusive quolls in the Mary River Catchment

26 March 2020   Wildlife Queensland’s Quoll Seekers Network (QSN) is on a mission to find quolls in the Mary River Catchment – and they need your help! Historically, there have been both spotted-tailed quoll (Dasyurus maculatus) and northern quoll (Dasyurus...

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