Wildlife Matters Winter 2016

Sanctuaries
Brooklyn | Newhaven | Mt Gibson | Scotia | Kalamurina | Pungalina-Seven Emu | Charnley River – Artesian Range | Mount Zero-Taravale
Field Programs
Feral cat and fox control | Science: surveys and research | Wildlife translocations
Wildlife
Bridled Nailtail Wallaby | Burrowing Bettong | Dingo | Greater Bilby | Greater Stick-nest Rat | Mala / Rufous Hare-wallaby | Numbat | Sharman's Rock Wallaby | Western Quoll / Chuditch | Woylie | Western Barred Bandicoot

In this issue:

  • Historic NSW deal introduces new model for conservation
  • Newhaven: the planet's largest feral cat eradication project
  • Conservation fencing: the difference between survival and extinction
  • Scotia: major research project informs "beyond the fence" strategy
  • Mt Gibson: historic return of regionally extinct mammals
  • Brooklyn: a stronghold for the Buff-breasted Button-quail
  • Spectacular rains transform the desert on Kalamurina
  • Updates from the field

Read Wildlife Matters Winter 2016