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Brush-Tailed Rock-Wallaby conservation in Kangaroo Valley
Crystal Creek Meadows encourages guests to donate to the Friends of the Brush-Tailed Rock-Wallaby to help conservation of this threatened species. There are also volunteer tourism activities to help wildlife conservation and weed management.
The Brush-Tailed Rock-Wallaby conservation strategy in Kangaroo Valley is to reduce the threats to survival and create a better environment for the species to breed.
Funds can be donated to the Friends of the Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby who with National parks and Wildlife Service are researching them in Kangaroo Valley and running workshops to encourage landowners to take measures to remove foxes and rabbits.
There are only 100 Brush-tailed Rock-wallabies in New South Wales and 40 are estimated to live in Kangaroo Valley so this group are important in the overall state wide situation.