Big things for brushies in 2022

Big things for brushies in 2022

21 December 2021 The New Year will bring new opportunities to help save Logan’s brush-tailed rock-wallabies, and a new Wildlife Queensland team member to champion their conservation. Following on from our 2019 brush-tailed rock-wallaby (Petrogale penicillata)...
Brush-tailed rock-wallaby project update – December 2019

Brush-tailed rock-wallaby project update – December 2019

18 December 2019 Author: Alesia Dyer   Camera image of a brush-tailed rock-wallaby Wildlife Queensland recently completed an infrared camera monitoring survey as part of a project to improve and increase the foraging habitat for an important colony of...
Brush-tailed rock-wallaby project update – September 2019

Brush-tailed rock-wallaby project update – September 2019

5 September 2019   Author: Alesia Dyer As part of Wildlife Queensland’s project to improve and increase foraging habitat for an important colony of brush-tailed rock-wallabies (BTRW) in the Flinders–Goolman Conservation Estate in South East Queensland, our...

Bouncing ahead: Brush-tailed rock wallaby project update

30 March 2019   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.   On 27 March, I spent an enjoyable day in the much needed cool drizzling...

SEQ brush-tailed rock wallaby recovery is GO!

25 January 2019   A BIG thank you to our members and donors for supporting Wildlife Queensland’s brush-tailed rock wallaby Christmas appeal. As of 24 January 2019, you’ve helped to raise $14,639 to fund conservation efforts aimed at improving and increasing...

A chance to bounce back

It may come as a shock to some that Queensland is home to no less than five threatened species of wallaby. Along with the bridled nail-tail, Proserpine, Sharman’s and purple neck rock wallabies, the brush-tailed rock wallaby lives under the threat of extinction. For...

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