I am excited to share that recently I have became Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary's guest blogger. Every month I will be going into the sanctuary and doing an interview with one of the keepers there about a conservation initiative they are doing. Recently I met up with Alice, the senior mammal keeper at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary to do my first interview about their Mahogany Glider breeding program. I also got to see an adorable Greater Glider, Common Ringtail Possum and some Bandicoot babies that came through their wildlife hospital.
The Mahogany Glider is one of the largest types of gliders and got its name from the swamp mahogany tree because it is the same colour which is a brown colour. They are one of the cutest things ever! Their main threat is habitat destruction. The Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service is working on protecting their remaining habitat in northern Queensland. Check out my interview below with Alice to learn about Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary's key role in helping the Mahogany Glider.
More interviews are coming soon.
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