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yellow-footed rock-wallaby, native to Flinders Ranges, breeding in Adelaide ZooMain event for 2016: 3 day workshop in Adelaide (SA), probably 7-9 November. Details TBA soon.
Major themes: leadership, partnerships and ethics in wildlife tourism. Field trip during workshop to Cleland Wildlife Sanctuary, optional pre- and post- workshop themed tours to  centres of wildlife tourism interest.
Photo by Araucaria Ecotours to right shows yellow-footed rock-wallaby, native to Flinders Ranges and breeding well at Adelaide Zoo.

Also, stay tuned for one-day workshops coming up in 2016 in south east Qld and possibly north east NSW.

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