Wildlife in Care

 

2 Grey-Headed Flying-foxes in care Dec 2016.  Very adorable little boys

Sadly thousands of these animals are dying from starvation around the East Coast from loss of habitat. Extensive land clearing of native trees, which they rely on as a food source is leading to their demise

 

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Will a Redneck Wallaby in care since May 2016.  Came into care at 300g and now is 4kg, becoming very independent, he no longer uses a pouch and is outside full time in the enclosure

 

Redneck Joeys in care September 2015

4 Redneck Joeys in care September 2015

 

Elijah an Eastern Grey Kangaroo

Elijah an Eastern Grey Kangaroo

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Moonbeam a Wallaroo and a cheeky lovable little darling

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Darcey a Redneck Wallaby enjoying a snooze

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Unfurred Redneck Joey rescued after his mum was hit by a car and killed

Zen May 2015

Zen a Whiptail Wallaby came into care as a tiny Joey and has been released for 2 years but still comes home for a visit

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