More Chuditch for the Flinders Ranges

Submitted: Saturday, May 02, 2015 at 10:33
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Seen any Chuditch in the Flinders Ranges?

A population was established by relocating about 40 last year and now a second phase of re-introductions into the National Park is being undertaken in the near future. Read about it here

ABC Article

DPaW Article

FAME Article

Good stuff, hope a viable self sustaining population eventuates - they are a fascinating animal. Being nocturnal they can be difficult to track down. Have seen them in state forest near Waroona and down near managed to cuddle a few down at Fitzgerald National Park a few years ago..


I sent one final shout after him to stick to the track, to which he replied “All right,” That was the last ever seen of Gibson - E Giles 23 April 1874

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