Threatened mainland fauna

For any readers who have previously completed the stretch of the Great South West Walk through the Cobboboonee forest, you might recall that not long after you leave the Fitzroy Camp, a small in-lying parcel of private farmland suddenly appears, situated on a volcanic peak...

It has been a little while since the last Mainland Forgotten Fauna instalment - Part 11 - where we looked back at the time when the stony rises of western Victoria were teeming with quolls.Eastern Barred Bandicoot - Parameles gunnii.This was also an era when western...

A few weeks ago, I was fortunate to participate in a DELWP-hosted discussion about the future of quolls in Victoria. The discussion was prompted by several Indigenous groups around the state who are concerned about the loss of quoll species - and our native predators...

National Threatened Species Day is celebrated annually on the 7th September to commemorate the death of the last Tasmanian Tiger (Thylacine) in Hobart in 1936. Although the origin of National Threatened Species Day is sad and gloomy, it is a good time to reflect on...

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