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Grampians rock wallabies
john s
9-Nov-2012
8:32:00 AM
Video of the latest release - hope they do better this time!

http://media.theage.com.au/news/national-news/run-free-wallaby-3757974.html

Superstu
9-Nov-2012
8:56:17 AM
Yay for brush tailed rock wallabies!


Their cuzins in NSW seem to be breeding happily... (photo taken down the wolgan recently)




nmonteith
9-Nov-2012
9:05:47 AM
On 9/11/2012 john s wrote:
>Video of the latest release - hope they do better this time!
>
>http://media.theage.com.au/news/national-news/run-free-wallaby-3757974.html

Did the last ones die?
john s
9-Nov-2012
9:51:15 AM
On 9/11/2012 nmonteith wrote:

>Did the last ones die?

Many of them did - from all sorts of problems - one was killed by rockfall in a little cave!!

Cool Hand Lock
9-Nov-2012
11:11:50 AM
Are these the same as the Arapiles wallabies?

JamesMc
9-Nov-2012
5:43:35 PM
Excellent news.

JamesMc
kieranl
9-Nov-2012
8:34:55 PM
On 9/11/2012 Cool Hand Lock wrote:
>Are these the same as the Arapiles wallabies?
No.

billk
12-Nov-2012
3:13:42 PM
On 9/11/2012 Cool Hand Lock wrote:
>Are these the same as the Arapiles wallabies?

I think all the wallabies at Araps are swamp wallabies. They are very common, whereas rock wallabies are critically endangered.
PDRM
14-Nov-2012
12:17:35 PM
We sponsored the breeding program and did all the genomics for it here at our labs.

P

jkane
14-Nov-2012
1:13:32 PM
On 12/11/2012 billk wrote:
> ...swamp wallabies. They are very common

I've seen a few swamp donkies in Horsham on the drive up. They are also quite common.
Access T CliffCare
23-Mar-2017
2:01:30 PM
Some new info

Brush Tailed Rock Wallabies. They've been in the news lately. Check out the post and new info page on them on the CliffCare website. Why? Because climbers can include themselves when it comes to being one of the contributing factors to the colony surviving. Your agreeance to staying out of the closed area which included climbing sites has allowed them establish themselves. Still a long way to go but it's exciting news. Thanks all for your patience!

https://cliffcare.org.au/2017/03/23/brush-tailed-rock-wallaby/

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