Pinot is cheekily curious and courageous, she spent her childhood making mischief at Waterfall Springs until she was wild-released in the Shoalhaven in October 2009. In 2013 and 2014 Pinot discovered the joys of motherhood only to lose her joeys to dogs but this hasn’t stopped her!
Pinot has a little notch in the outer edge of her left ear and a large white blaze down the front . . . which makes her easy to recognise in a monitoring photo.
The Friends of the Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby E-newsletter will keep you informed about the ups and downs of the lives of the BTRW in Kangaroo Valley! There are heaps of rock-wallaby facts and cute pictures in your adoption pack. Thanks for helping to save them.