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Beyond 1080. Feral Smart Wildlife, Devils & Gene-Drive Technology

May 22nd, 2017|Rewilding Australia Blog|

For those who are keeping their finger on the pulse of conservation ecology research in Australia, you’d be forgiven for thinking the newspaper article below might have been writte [...]

Saving Our Northern Quolls with Dr Judy Dunlop

September 4th, 2016|Rewilding Australia Blog|

By Stefania Cox for Rewilding Australia Australia's semi-arid and arid rangelands have experienced an alarming trend of extinctions and declines of native animals, mainly due to fe [...]

‘Toad-smart’ quolls released in Kakadu

April 21st, 2016|Rewilding Australia Blog|

Ten ‘toad-smart’ quolls will be released in Kakadu’s Mary River District this week and up to 30 in 2016 as part of a three-year expansion project to repopulate the threatened speci [...]

The Balance of Nature Upset in Australia. Hindsight from an Australian Early Settler.

November 27th, 2015|Rewilding Australia Blog|

THE BALANCE OF NATURE - UPSET IN AUSTRALIA. To move forward, we must look back. In July of 1921, a letter was published in the Morning Bulletin (a Queensland newspaper) lamenting t [...]

Northern Quolls Set to Undergo Cane Toad Resistance Training

November 9th, 2015|Rewilding Australia Blog|

Work to bring cane-toad smart northern quolls back to Kakadu’s Mary River district will take a major step forward this week when quolls are collected on Astell Island off the north [...]

Reintroducing the Tassie Devil – Listen to Expert Opinion

November 1st, 2015|Rewilding Australia Blog|

Rewilding Australia advocates a science-based trial reintroduction of the Tasmanian devil to mainland Australia for the purposes of establishing a cost-effective mainland insurance [...]

Tim Faulkner – The Devil’s Advocate

October 23rd, 2015|Rewilding Australia Blog|

Rewilding Australia’s Rob Brewster speaks to Tim Faulkner, General Manager of Devil Ark. Located on the Barrington Tops plateau in NSW, Devil Ark provides Australia’s largest haven [...]

Amazing but overlooked bettongs: the case for Australia’s small hopper

October 6th, 2015|Rewilding Australia Blog|

Australia’s tiny jumpers, known as bettongs, are in trouble; once exterminated as agricultural pests they are threatened by habitat loss and introduced predators such as foxes and [...]

Tasmanian devils in Victoria!

September 29th, 2015|Rewilding Australia Blog|

Article from 'The Australiasian' Saturday 24 August 1912. The interesting problem as to whether the Tasmanian devil still exists in a wild state in Victoria is now being seriously [...]

Why we’re committed to reintroducing the Tassie devil to mainland Australia

September 21st, 2015|Rewilding Australia Blog|

Rewilding Australia has reinforced its commitment to reintroducing the Tasmanian devil to mainland Australia. Why? Because this unique Australian carnivorous marsupial is too impor [...]