state of Victoria, Australia, Trailmaster Remote Cameras have taken two photographs of the
state's rarest marsupial, the Brush-tailed Rock Wallaby. The species has not been sighted
in the west of the state for ten years, but two animals were photographed in rugged
terrain in the Grampians National Park using TM 1500 Monitors with Camera Units attached.
Ranger Craig Reid, who is part of the Victorian
Brush-tailed Rock Wallaby Recovery Team said the team was delighted with the results from
the Trailmaster equipment. "The team has been fighting to preserve this species for
over fifteen years and finally we have some positive proof of our efforts which have
generated considerable publicity. The equipment has proved to be extremely reliable, even
in this rugged environment and we are now expanding our use and applications of the units
to other areas of conservation management".