Tag: Aussie Ark

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November 18, 2019
US Conservation Helps Aussie Ark

THE US conservation organisation, Global Wildlife Conservation, has donated $50,000 and joined with Aussie Ark to  help native wildlife devastated by the bushfires. Rescue organisations are struggling to cope with injured and displaced animals, thousands of native animals have been killed and the genetically diverse koala population in Port Macquarie has almost been wiped out. […]

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October 29, 2019
One Less Feral Cat

CATS kill six million animals each day in Australia, but the last feral cat captured in the soon to open feral proof wildlife sanctuary at Aussie Ark, will no longer be one of them. Staff at the Ark have spent two years preparing the 4,00 hectare sanctuary, riding it of feral foxes, cats and pigs […]

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October 15, 2019
Aussie Ark Bursting with Babies

THERE have been more than 130 joeys born at the Aussie Ark this breeding season, marking the most successful season since the Ark opened in 2011. Tim Faulkner, president of the Aussie Ark, said the team is over the moon with the bumper year of parma wallabies, Tasmanian devils, eastern quolls and bettongs, which will […]

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October 3, 2019
Unnamed Joey Needs Your Ideas

A six month old Parma wallaby joey is lucky to be alive after being rejected by its mum. Fortunately, the wallaby was found and now calls the Aussie Ark home, where it will be part of a program to keep the threatened species alive. Now it just needs a name, so the Aussie Ark are […]

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August 29, 2019
Timmy and Tammy Up For Adoption

NAMED after the iconic Australian biscuits, Timmy and Tammy are six month old Tasmanian Devils who have been put up for adoption to help their whole species survive. The joeys are part of a bumper crop of 69 Tasmanian Devil joeys born this season at the Aussie Ark and are the greatest hope for the […]

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August 21, 2019
Another 51 Eastern Quolls in the World!

THE Aussie Ark is proud to announce the arrival of 51 Eastern quolls at their conservation facility on the Barrington Tops. Pouch inspections revealed the 51 joeys, breaking previous breeding records of the cute marsupial, which has been extinct on mainland Australia since 1963. This is the third breeding season for the Easter quolls at […]

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August 12, 2019
Gallery: Animals in the Snow

THERE is approximately six inches of snow at Tomalla with animals of both the rare native kind and the domestic kind are all going about their business as usual. Special thanks to the Aussie Ark for their images and the Payne’s.

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