Tiger Quoll pin
Tiger Quolls are the largest remaining marsupial predator on the Australian mainland. Though the Otways was traditionally a stronghold for these animals, though the Otways was traditionally a stronghold for these animals, there was no confirmed evidence of Tiger Quolls in the region for nearly a decade. In 2012 scientists at the Conservation Ecology Centre rediscovered the elusive species through DNA analysis of scats (droppings) in collaboration with CESAR, a genetic laboratory in Melbourne.
Now you can support the research into Quolls and other endangered species by purchasing this pin. This pin was made by Sally Forrester in Apollo Bay, all profits of your purchase go to the Conservation Ecology Centre.
- Silver chain 45 cm
- Designed in Apollo Bay
- Manufactured in Apollo Bay
- Handmade by Sally Forrester
- Wearable art great as a keepsake
- All profits go to the Conservation Ecology Centre