Quolls and wombats galore!

The regular passers-by at the Frankland River Vigil Camp this year included a rare opportunity for Tarkine Defenders to see a Spotted-tailed Quoll. These images by Tania Wilby of the quoll are outstanding depictions of this rare species that rely on the intact forests for their habitat. Tania was one of our coordinators at the camp, a volunteer who lives in north-west Tasmania, who gave up a lot of her time to help us coordinate more than 250 people who visited the camp.





This wombat was also a daily visitor by the camp, reminding us all that the forests are important habitat for wildlife and it is their homes that we are saving when the logging is halted.


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