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The Quoll Seekers Network (QSN) collects and disseminates information for a greater understanding of quoll ecology, through population monitoring, mapping, sharing information with the community, and campaigning for their protection.
Since 2007, Wildlife Queensland’s support of QSN has ensured ongoing data collection within the state and continued efforts to address the threats quolls face from habitat loss and invasive species.
QSN’s activities include:
- promoting quoll-friendly landscape management
- conducting camera-monitoring surveys and detection dog surveys in areas where quolls are likely to be found or were historically found
- working with state and local governments to implement conservation projects, develop programs and support communities in the restoration of habitat
- educating communities and raising awareness of the importance of quolls via workshops, webinars, and Quoll Discovery Days.
Quoll species we protect
Spotted-tailed quolls and northern quolls are both endangered. Their populations are small and their habitat is getting smaller.
QSN has been actively surveying for spotted-tailed quolls and northern quolls in key locations across South East Queensland using baited remote cameras and scent detection dog surveys teams. Our survey data has been used to increase the quality and quantity of knowledge, and to raise much-needed community awareness about quolls in Queensland.
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- Partnering with the Quoll Society of Australia, Park Ridge Connect, Noosa & District Landcare and Mary River Catchment Coordinating Committee to host a series of Quoll Discovery Days for landowners and wildlife enthusiasts across South East Queensland.
- Working with detection dog teams, Carnarvon Canines and the University of Sunshine Coast Detection Dogs for Conservation, in partnership with Logan City Council to discover spotted-tailed quolls in Logan
- Partnering with Scenic Rim Council to survey for quolls on participating Land for Wildlife properties in the Scenic Rim Region.
Additional ongoing QSN activities include:
- survey events
- supporting scientific research
- presentations to youth and community groups
- educational publications.
Saving the Spotted-Tailed Quoll: A Landholder’s Guide
Saving the Spotted-Tailed Quoll: A Landholder’s Guide is produced by Wildlife Queensland’s Quoll Seekers Network and funded by the Queensland Government’s Community Sustainability Action grant program. The guide aims to provide practical ideas that may contribute to saving this elusive species.
- To view the guide: Press the PLAY button below. Pages will automatically turn. Press the PAUSE button to stop on a page. You can also use the RIGHT and LEFT arrows to view pages.
- To download the guide: Click on the DOWNLOAD button below to download as a PDF.
- To request a printed copy, please contact Wildlife Queensland at email@example.com or phone (07) 3844 0129.
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