Brush Tailed Rock Wallaby

The Brush-tailed Rock Wallaby conservation project, led by the SoS program, involves key participants like Waterfall Springs Wildlife Sanctuary, Aussie Ark, Featherdale Sydney Wildlife Park, Hunter Valley Zoo, Taronga Zoo, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, and Ipswich Nature Centre. These facilities collaborate on captive breeding, husbandry, transfers, releases, and genetic research, with support from the Zoo Aquarium Association for pairings and Taronga Wildlife Hospital for veterinary care, trapping, and necropsies.

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