Western quolls are marsupial predators that were once across the arid interior. They are spectacular animals and play an important role in the desert ecosystem. We are have now reintroduced quolls to the Arid Recovery Reserve aim are working to secure their return to the desert.
In 2016 we did a trial introduction of Western Quolls into the Arid Recovery Reserve to be sure that the habitat was suitable for quolls to survive and breed. Two feisty girls (Koombana and Sepia) and two boofy boys (Jindoo and Pyra) made a home for themselves and ultimately produced three gorgeous baby quolls.
Now that we knew western quolls can thrive within the Reserve, we performed a full reintroduction to the arid sandhill country of outback SA. By adopting a western quoll, you will help us to monitor these predators and their young as they establish themselves within the Reserve.
Your adoption includes:
- Personalised digital certificate of adoption
- Regular updates on quoll conservation at Arid Recovery
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