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The black-footed rock wallaby by 

This calendar is all about the gorgeous black-footed rock wallaby. Currently their populations are declining and those that remain require active management. The main threats to rock wallabies are introduced predators, namely the fox. Continued predation by foxes will ultimately make these rock wallabies vulnerable to extinction.


australia, wildlife, wallabies, macropods


  • Steve Bullock
    Steve Bullockover 5 years ago

    Well done! I got a few shots of these guys at the zoo today, will post later!

  • tarnyacox
    tarnyacoxover 5 years ago

    Thanks Steve. I have so many shots I figured this was the best way to show them off!

  • Pam Wilkie
    Pam Wilkieover 5 years ago

    Your calendar moved me a lot. I love these gentle creatures and am concerned that they are facing a difficult future. Your shots are magnificent and poignant. Keep up the great work!

  • Thanks so much, your encouraging comments are warmly appreciated.

    – tarnyacox

  • Ken Boxsell
    Ken Boxsellover 5 years ago

    I love this calendar………absolutely brilliant

  • Thanks Ken, that means a lot.

    – tarnyacox

  • Tom Newman
    Tom Newmanover 5 years ago

    A great calendar Rick :-)

  • Dan & Emma Monceaux
    Dan & Emma Mon...about 3 years ago

    I had my first encounter with Black-footed Rock-wallabies just last month in Cape Range National Park. I’m pleased to find another photographer concerned about their future! I heard that a breeding program was running at Adelaide Zoo and Monarto in South Australia… know anything about that?

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