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Jack Ashby Dec 31
🎶 All across the land, dawns a brand new morn, This comes to pass when a is born.🎶
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Jack Ashby Jan 7
In case you didn't have enough sweet treats over Christmas, here are the dark chocolate and caramel forms of eastern quoll.
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Bronwyn Fancourt Aug 11
It’s a snow day on the NSW Northern Tablelands
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Judy Dunlop Aug 23
Finishing up a week of monitoring at NP. Plenty of native rock rats around, but quolls thin on the ground due to dry summer.
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Natasha Robinson Jun 27
Midhagani is a Dhurga word meaning . Right now these fiercely cute carnivorous marsupials are in breeding season here at . Eastern quolls have not been seen in the wild on mainland Australia for ~50 years until last year, when 20 EQs were reintroduced into Booderee
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Loeske Kruuk 23 Dec 18
On the sixth day of Christmas, my young sons sent to me: Six quolls a peeking Four thylacines Three platypuses Two cassowaries One Tassie devil One large koala And a Lumholtz’s tree kangaroo
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Catherine Young Jun 1
Finished my felted ! 😍 Thanks to Wild Island and Elaine Beechey for running the workshop! ❤
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Rewilding Australia Aug 7
TARGET 2025: Help us reach 25 million Aussies! Even some of Australia’s brightest people don’t know what a quoll is. Share far and wide to raise awareness of our most enigmatic species!
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Eagle's Roost B&B Jul 22
Stunning male Spotted-tail Quoll investigating (feral) cat trap. Happy he did'nt get up on to it - I now know that both Devils and Quolls cannot access the cat trap up on the table if I have it open at night. :)
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Guy Ballard Dec 13
Thanks for sharing this photo of the amazing juvenile you caught today. It’s too cute.
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Perpetua Turner 31 Dec 18
These cheeky have decided beneath our bedroom floor is a den. Here's to a that increases awareness of their existence and promotes conservation. Full vid: 🎥PerpetuaTurner
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Bronwyn Fancourt Aug 27
Some quollity footage to help you power through hump day. ‘Bond’ demonstrates the power and agility of the spotted-tailed .
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Mitch Cowan Apr 29
Some baby northern quolls exploring the entrance to their den in December last year
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Judy Dunlop Aug 24
Replying to @Judy_Dunlop
And sure enough! A little female northern , one that I caught here last year. She's survived this year's tough dry summer
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Tim Henderson Nov 3
One of several new pups detected at our Hunter Valley study site.
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Jack Ashby Jan 8
Happy 197th birthday, Alfred Russel Wallace!🎈 He co-discovered the theory of by natural selection (with ), established the science of what lives where () collected these birds at , and had this spotted-tail named after him.
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Greg Roberts Feb 15
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Bronwyn Fancourt Dec 13
Hello peanut! and I first met this back in October ahead of at this site. Today, 4 weeks on from the fires, and I found him in a burnt-out rocky gorge nearly 3km away (as the quoll flies).
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Eagle's Roost B&B Oct 6
My two young guests this week were thrilled to capture this beautiful Spotted-tail Quoll passing by the water trough.
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Natasha Robinson Nov 28
Our trivia limerick was inspired by Snark, the eastern with only half a tail ‘There once was a quoll named Snark Who thought she could fight like a shark She fought with a fox Who knocked off her socks And now she has half a tail, faark!’ Credit to team 13!
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