Something special this way comes…

endangered-species_1620602921102 (1)We are pleased to announce that we have a very special, very limited, new set of pathtags for you from the Wangaratta Event. Designed by Darren from Omegaman Designs, these beautiful pathtags feature five Endangered Australian animals.

bird_1620602921097The Australian Painted Snipe inhibits shallow, often temporary, wetlands in Victorian and New South Wales. It feeds overnight on seeds and small invertebrates, which it scoops up in its spoonlike bill.

fish_1620602921106Also known as Trout Cod, the Bluenose Cod is so endangered that the only existing self-sustaining population is in the Seven Creeks system near Euroa. New populations are being seeded in the Goulburn Valley and Ovens River.

frog_1620602921109The Spotted Tree Frog inhabits rocky mountain streams in Victoria and New South Wales, but only 1000 frogs remain in the wild. While the juvenile mortality rate is high, these frogs can live up to 10 years – which is a long time for a frog!

python_1620602921113The Inland Carpet Python inhabits the drier areas of the Murray-Darling Basin from Queensland to Victoria and they are the only Victorian snake that guards their eggs. While these beautiful snakes are non-venomous, they can still deliver a nasty bite, so are best viewed from a distance.

quoll_1620602921116The Spotted Tail Quoll is nocturnal and lives along the Eastern Coastal region of Australia, from Southern Queensland down to Tasmania. It hunts smaller mammals, birds and reptiles.

Click here now to pre-order your limited edition set! Once they’re gone, they’re gone!

Each set is $30 and will be available in November 2021. Your set can be posted to you or collected from The Wangaratta Event.

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