Reintroduced bandicoots and quolls making Booderee National Park home

Robert Crawford
By Robert Crawford
Updated June 18 2020 - 12:50am, first published June 10 2020 - 12:04am
EXCITING FIND: The young adult southern brown bandicoot recently discovered in Booderee National Park. He was the first caught since February last year and didnt have a microchip so park managers know he was born in the park. Photo: Supplied

The goal to bring native biodiversity back to Booderee National Park has received a boost with two threatened species reintroduced to the park, making it their home.

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Robert Crawford

Robert Crawford

Senior Journalist

Robert Crawford is a senior journalist at the South Coast Register, for Australian Community Media . Everyone's got a story, what's yours? Email robert.crawford@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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