ENDANGERED SPECIES FOUND REPOPULATING IN THE NORTH WEST

After years of drought and a horrific bush fire season the endangered brush-tailed rock wallaby is making a comeback in the North West.

Hidden cameras captured more than 20 wallabies, gnawing on food in a National Park, south east of Nundle.

Brush- tailed possums, wombats and several native birds were also sighted.

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