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The Black-Flanked Rock-Wallaby is found on the Australian mainland and on the Barrow and Salisbury Islands. They are recognised as “Vulnerable” under the EBPC Act and remaining populations require active management to ensure their survival. Major threats include predation from introduced animals and – to a lesser extent – habitat loss due to land clearing. This conservation plan focuses on enhancing the management of the Black-flanked Rock-wallaby populations that occur in the central Wheatbelt area.

Feral; conservation; habitat; threatened species; native animal; farm;