Can Helicopter-deployed Toad Sausages Save Australia’s Northern Quoll?
"Can Helicopter-deployed Toad Sausages Save Australia’s Northern Quoll?" - Cool Green Science, 10 November 2015
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AWC and the Queensland Government have today announced that AWC’s senior field ecologist John Young has discovered a new community of Night Parrots in Central West Queensland. This is in addition to the discovery made by AWC at Diamantina National Park in late 2016.Read more...
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Watch this short video featuring reports from AWC staff in the field at Yampi, Scotia, Mt Gibson, Newhaven, Piccaninny Plains and Mornington.Read more...
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Yampi: AWC-Defence partnership to protect Kimberley jewel | Diamantina: AWC scientists uncover largest known Night Parrot population | Pilliga: First major biological survey conducted | Mt Gibson: Bringing back the Bilby | The science of feral predator-free areas | Battling wildfires in the KimberleyRead more...
AWC’s recent survey in the Artesian Range has highlighted the rich diversity and abundance of wildlife protected on the sanctuary, recording species like the Sugar Glider, Wyulda, Golden-backed Tree Rat, Kimberley Rock Rat, Northern Quoll and Kimberley Rock Monitor.Read more...