Greatest threats to our local quolls - and quolls everywhere - include land clearing, loss of habitat features such as hollow bearing trees, logs and earth burrows, competition from foxes, wild dogs and feral cats, road traffic, poisoning and trapping.
LACA has become aware that several proposed developments in areas where quolls are most likely to live have not been referrred to federal government. One such proposal is that by ULDA. Unfortunately a large area of habitat has already been cleared without essential studies being done that we are aware of.
LACA has on several occasions alerted DEWHA Department of the Environment,Water,Heritage and the Arts to the threatening situation. Please help us protect the quoll by reporting all sightings.