Where's woylie? Endangered marsupial takes a leap for survival
- Karakamia | Mt Gibson
- Field Programs
- Wildlife translocations | Feral cat and fox control
"Where's woylie? Endangered marsupial takes a leap for survival" - The West Australian, 6 June 2016
Related sanctuary field updates
- Field Program
- Wildlife translocations
Four more Numbats and seven additional Bilbies were released at Mt Gibson Wildlife Sanctuary last weekRead more...
- Mt Gibson
The Bilby population at Mt Gibson Wildlife Sanctuary received a boost, with eight more of the nationally threatened marsupials released into the sanctuary.Read more...
Related field program updates
Strategy to stop feral cats | Stage 1 of the world’s longest feral cat-proof fence is completed at Newhaven Wildlife Sanctuary | Exclusive first pictures of the rare Buff-breasted Button-quail...Read more...
- Field Program
- Feral cat and fox control
Feral cats kill more than 1 million birds, more than 1 million reptiles, and more than 1 million mammals in Australia every day. Action is urgently needed to protect and...Read more...
Related wildlife field updates
Up to 13 new baby Numbats have been confirmed at AWC’s Mt Gibson Wildlife Sanctuary after ecologists sighted pouch young during trapping of ten adult Numbats to undertake routine health checks.Read more...
Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC) has reintroduced the Bilby to south-western Australia – returning this threatened species to the region for the first time in several decades through an initial translocation of 16 Bilbies from AWC’s Scotia Wildlife Sanctuary (NSW/SA border) to Mt Gibson Wildlife Sanctuary (WA).Read more...