The black-breasted buttonquail, a restricted-range endemic buttonquail, was once found in sand-dunes on the peninsula. Its current numbers are now assumed to be one. Mike West, former president of Birds Queensland, blames dingoes and wild dogs for hunting the population to extinction. West suggests trapping dingoes and wild dogs, setting them free if they are pure dingoes and killing them if they are not.
- Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service page about the Inskip Peninsula
- Australia Parks page about the Inskip Peninsula
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