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Habitat use and home range of spotted-tailed quolls in Queensland

This project aims to assess the Girraween National Park Spotted-tailed quoll population's habitat use and study local feral animal movements. This project will increase community awareness by involving local volunteers with the collection of GPS Collar tracking data, and undertake 72 surveys and 4 community events. This project will also develop a minimum of three property conservation plans which will inform future habitat restoration activities.
Recipient
Quoll Society of Australia Inc, Watergum Community Inc
Amount allocated
$37,760.00
Category
Threatened Species Recovery and Resilience
Round
4
Activity
Flora and Fauna Surveys and mapping
LGA
Southern Downs Regional Council
Licence
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
Last updated
23 August 2022
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