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Reintroducing Threatened Species into Booderee National Park

Dr Nick Dexter (Department of Environment and Energy) will speak of the inspiring steps Booderee National Park has taken towards rebalancing the natural biodiversity of the park by reintroducing locally extinct mammals: long-nosed potaroos, southern brown bandicoots and eastern quolls.

When: Thursday, August 16 2018. 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
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Where: Jervis Bay Maritime Museum
Dent Street, Huskisson, NSW, 2540
Topic: Environment and nature
Cost: Free
Bookings: 02 4441 5675
enquiries@jbmm.asn.au
http://www.jervisbaymaritimemuseum.com.au
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After years of fox control at Booderee National Park, scientists from the Threatened Species Recovery Hub of the National Environmental Science Program have reintroduced locally extinct mammals: long-nosed potaroos, southern brown bandicoots and eastern quolls into the park.

Dr Nick Dexter (Department of Environment and Energy) will speak of the inspiring steps Booderee National Park has taken towards rebalancing the park’s natural biodiversity.

Booderee National Park is managed jointly by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community and Parks Australia.

Contact details:

Merilynn Weiss
Jervis Bay Maritime Museum
Email: Merilynn@jbmm.asn.au
Phone: 0413 341 786

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