Wallaby Gates field day

Wallaby Gates Field Day. Photo courtesy of Basil Schur.

A Wallaby Gates Field Day to promote the installation of ‘Wallaby gates’ into ringlock fencing. The gates, which are visible on the left side of the photo, allow Brush wallabies, a key conservation target species, to move across the landscape between bushland ‘islands’. These gates make it possible to exclude Grey Kangaroos from areas while allowing access to wallabies. Well done to Green Skills, Gillamii Centre and Oyster Harbour Catchment Groups for co-ordinating the event.


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