We, in the native wildlife care sector,
face a real challenge…
The intensity of the volunteer effort in this unique sector is being delivered in a time of bleak outlook for the future of our natural ecosystems which are changing and shrinking as habitat destruction, climate change and human indifference weave together. Two Green Threads is being established to support this volunteer effort and the wildlife carers responding to these challenges.
1st Choice ; ticket Green A 47 ; Debbie McLean ‘ Christmas Hamper’ .
2nd choice; ticket Blue D27 ; Kelly Paull , framed platypus print
and pin. ( to be delivered)
3rd choice ; ticket Black C43 ; Tim Collins , Wattle Bend Holiday.
4th choice ; ticket Purple E 63; Janelle , koala hand towel and
book ( ? delivery)
5th choice ; ticket Orange C 70; Gordon Taylor , Koala ear rings. (
Money raised ; $570.50
Special thankyou to; Wattle Bend Retreat for donation of holiday for 2
And Fuss Pots Café in Ebor for
donation of Wolfgang wildlife earrings.
Wild for life – Born to be wild – Not domestic pets
https://www.wild4life.org.au/ Click here
Most of us want to see our native animals in the bush enjoying a ‘wild life’. So why does the NSW Government allow a handful of people to keep native animals in enclosures in urban homes, surrounded by dogs and cats?
Dr-Howard-Ralph-Flyer-2018 Click Here
Saturday 1 December 2018 10am – 4:30pm
Initial Assessment and Management of Injured Wildlife
Living with kangaroos
This brochure explains ways in which people can avoid conflict with kangaroos and injury, through learning more about their habitat needs and understanding their behaviour.