A desktop study of brush-tailed rock wallaby (Petrogale penicillata) habitat in the Australian Capital Territory as a guide for on-ground site assessment in 2019: an analysis of potential reintroduction sites.

Authors: Rena Gaborov (Wildlife Unlimited Pty Ltd) and Tony Corrigan (FAUNA RA)

This document is a desktop analysis of possible reintroduction sites for the BTRW in the ACT. It firstly reviews historical surveys of former BTRW sites, and then sets parameters to be used when considering sites for reintroduction. The review contains a list of suggested sites; including maps and resources requirements for ground surveys. A list of stakeholders that will be involved with assessing and possible reintroduction of BTRW into the ACT is incorporated. Supported by WWF-Australia.

The Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby (Petrogale pencillata) descending a rocky outcrop