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BRTW and swamp wallaby

Wildlife Queensland’s BTRW project camera monitoring surveys have been running for 45 days and are showing some interesting activity patterns of wallabies at our study site.

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Quoll traps

WPSQ’s projects team has been spending time in the bushland and hilltops of the Flinders-Goolman Conservation Estate and surrounding private properties, in search of two of Queensland’s threatened species – the brush-tailed rock wallaby and spotted-tailed quoll.

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Wildlife Queensland Projects Manager, Matt Cecil, reports on his recent visit to the brush-tailed rock wallaby project site in the Flinders-Goolman Conservation Estate.  

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