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Fact Sheets

As the Marsupial Society is a South Australian based organisation, many of the articles on this website reflect the wildlife laws in this State.   One of these laws that often causes some concern is that it is illegal to release any hand-raised native fauna back to the wild.  Details of the reasoning behind this issue may be found here http://www.environment.sa.gov.au/biodiversity/faunapermits/rescue.html

Breeding Wombats

Brush-tailed Bettong

Brush-tailed Phascogale

Brush-tailed Possum
(Incudes information on how to deal with problem possums in suburbia)

Dama Wallaby

Fat-tailed Dunnart 

Feeding Wildlife

Fires Devastate Park Faunart 

History, Habitat & Genetic Structure of the Southern Hairy-nosed Wombat

Katarapko Island

Killer Cats

Kowari

Mange in Wombats

Marsupial Mole

Northern Hairy-nosed Wombat

Ring-tailed Possum

Rodent Control

Rufous Bettong

Scaly-tailed Possum

Spinifex Hopping-Mouse

Squirrel Glider

Sugar Glider

Swamp Wallaby

Tasmanian Devil

Wildlife Rehabilitation and Relocation

Wombat Enclosures

Yellow-bellied Glider

Southern Pygmy Possum

 

Bennett's Wallaby
Juvenile NT Brushtail Possum
Swamp Wallaby
Golden Brushtail Possum
Red Kangaroos
Yellow-footed Rock-wallabies
Baby Squirrel Glider
Sugar Glider
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