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Today, Rewilding Australia can announce that eastern quolls born in the wild in Booderee National Park have been photographed roaming independently from their mothers pouch, which they’ve called home for the past few months. A young quoll emerges from on dusk at Booderee National Park to hunt for...
Twenty eastern quolls were released at Booderee National Park at Jervis Bay on the NSW south coast in March. Hailed as a landmark rewilding trial, it was the first time the eastern quoll had returned to the wild on the mainland since they were wiped out more than 50 years ago. Rewilding Australia...
Rewilding Eastern Quoll
Tuesday March 13th marked the first reintroduction of eastern quolls into the wild (outside fenced sanctuaries) on mainland Australia since their disappearance from our mainland ecosystems almost half a century ago. Our 20 pioneering eastern quolls are now discovering their new home in Booderee...
Returning the Eastern Quoll In autumn 2018, we will be embarking on an ambitious program to return the eastern quoll to the wild on mainland Australia. The story of the loss of the eastern quoll is a tragedy. In the early 1900s a mysterious epidemic carried off vast numbers of eastern quolls, and...
On November 9th, Aussie Ark was officially launched. Aussie Ark, located in the Barrington Tops region of NSW, is an expansion in scope for Devil Ark - the largest insurance breeding program for Tasmanian devils. Aussie Ark will play a vital role in providing a proving-ground for rewilding...