Environment

Tasmanian wildlife sanctuary helps restore endangered quoll to mainland

Duncan Bailey
Updated May 2 2024 - 5:19pm, first published April 25 2024 - 1:30pm
Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary Owner Androo Kelly with Francesca Roncolato - WWF Rewilding Program Coordinator and WWF rewildling program manager Rob Brewster. Picture supplied
Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary Owner Androo Kelly with Francesca Roncolato - WWF Rewilding Program Coordinator and WWF rewildling program manager Rob Brewster. Picture supplied

The Eastern quoll is resting easy in its natural habitat on the mainland thanks to the efforts of Trowunna Wildlife Sanctuary in the state's North.

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Duncan Bailey

Duncan Bailey

Journalist

Passionate about all things happening in the North East focusing on health and science. Curtin University Alumni. Got a story? Get in touch: duncan.bailey@examiner.com.au

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