- Endangered Bettongs visit students after being saved by Mulligan's Flat
- The ACT government allocated $900,000 in its budget to allow 30 Eastern Bettongs to be reintroduced from Tasmania to Mulligans Flat and Tidbinbilla nature reserves in 2012. The predator-proof spaces have since helped the population climb to more than ...
- Quolls reintroduced to Australian mainland after extinction
- Professor Adrian Manning from the ANU Fenner School of Environment and Society leads the team that has released a new generation of wild eastern quolls from Tasmania, the only area the animals can be found in the wild, into the Mulligans Flat ...
- Where are the best places to watch wildlife in Australia?
- Northern Tasmania is also great for platypus and Tasmanian devil viewings while nature reserves near Hobart can deliver eastern barred bandicoots and Tasmanian bettongs. Cochran adds there's one creature every visitor should aim for: “The eastern quoll ...
- Quolls to be reintroduced to mainland Australia after extinction 50 years ago
- The reintroduction of the eastern quoll follows the successful reintroduction of Eastern bettongs in 2012 as part of the Mulligans Flat-Goorooyarroo Woodland Experiment, which is a long-term ecological experiment and research partnership led by Manning.
- Amazing but overlooked bettongs: the case for Australia's small hopper
- When Randy Rose, a now retired zoologist from the University of Tasmania, did his PhD. on Tasmanian bettongs in 1984, he was the first to publish on the species since T.T.
Tasmanian Bettong is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Tasmanian Bettong books and related discussion.
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