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You can help track 4 billion bogong moths with your smartphone – and save pygmy possums from extinction

 17 September 2019

Bogong moths migrate from their winter breeding grounds throughout Queensland, New South Wales and western Victoria in search of cooler climates for the Spring and Summer in the Victorian and NSW Alpine region where the mountain pygmy-possums live.

This year’s migration of bogong moths to the possums’ alpine home is crucial for the critically endangered mountain pygmy-possums. That’s why we’re asking you to do two simple things: turn off your lights at night, and if you see a bogong moth, take a picture, and log it!

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