This week we’re still in Victoria’s Otway Ranges, the home of one of Australia’s most endangered animals, the Tiger Quoll. Sarah gets to meet Uda, the lovable Border Collie, who’s tasked with tracking and monitoring the local Tiger Quoll population. Plus, Sarah gets up close and personal with a Quoll named Nicquoll at the Conservation Ecology Centre.
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Middle Island Maremmas
In our very first episode, Sarah visits the team from the Middle Island Penguin Project and gets to meet SEVEN of the wonderful Maremmas that protect the Little Penguins of Middle Island off the coast of Warrnambool, as made famous by the movie Oddball.View episode
Mr. Walker, Macca & Zoos Victoria
In our first episode back, Sarah takes a look at three incredible stories including the wonderful Mr. Walker at the Park Hyatt Melbourne, a look at the various conservation efforts underway at Zoos Victoria and a visit to St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne to catch up with therapy dog Macca.View episode
Border Force Detector Dogs
It’s the final episode of Dog Jobs Australia and this week Sarah heads to the Australian Border Force Detector Dogs training facility to learn more about their program. We hope you’ve enjoyed the series as much as we enjoyed making it! Enjoy! Proudly supported by the Community Broadcasting Foundation.View episode