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Kingdom Life Centre - Home of the Park Ridge Baptist Church

3922 Mount Lindesay Highway

Park Ridge, QLD 4125

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Come and enjoy refreshments while listening to an expert elaborate on Logan's endangered quolls and how to 'spot' one – or the signs of one!

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The spotted-tailed quoll is the largest remaining marsupial carnivore on the Australian mainland – our answer to a 'big cat' – and yet it is desperately imperilled and listed as endangered nationally. One of its last strongholds close to Brisbane is believed to be the Logan region. That's why Wildlife Queensland's Quoll Seekers Network has partnered with Park Ridge Connect to bring Logan residents a Quoll Discovery Day that will teach landholders everything they ever wanted to know about these feisty and fantastic marsupials, their preferred habitats and their nocturnal, arboreal habits.

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  • how to spot quolls and their tracks and scats
  • preferred quoll habitats
  • what quolls eat
  • how quolls communicate, live and breed
  • and what conservationists are doing to help find and save them in the Logan region

...  all while enjoying light refreshments and meeting like-minded nature lovers.

You'll also have the chance to browse quoll and wildlife-themed products and even symbolically 'adopt-a-quoll' to help with conservation efforts.

Please note that in accordance with government mandates, all attendees over the age of 16 years will be required to show proof of double Covid-19 vaccination to enter.

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Kingdom Life Centre - Home of the Park Ridge Baptist Church

3922 Mount Lindesay Highway

Park Ridge, QLD 4125

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Organiser Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland

Organiser of Park Ridge Quoll Discovery Day

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