Spotted-tail quoll caught on camera for the first time in 30 years at Booderee

Holly McGuinness
Updated May 13 2024 - 9:01am, first published 9:00am
The spotted-tail quoll had not been recorded in Booderee National Park for 30 years and Booderee country and conservation manager Dion Maple said it was an unreal find. Pictures supplied
The spotted-tail quoll had not been recorded in Booderee National Park for 30 years and Booderee country and conservation manager Dion Maple said it was an unreal find. Pictures supplied

For the first time in 30 years, a spotted-quoll sighting could be officially recorded, as one recently came out of hiding and was caught on camera by rangers at Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay.

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Holly McGuinness

Holly is a journalist for Australian Community Media, covering South Coast, NSW. As a born and bred Shoalhaven local, she's passionate about covering community concerns and amplifying local voices. To get in contact, email holly.mcguinness@austcommunitymedia.com.au.

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