Big Autumn Move Almost Completed

Our Autumn move of rehabilitated kangaroos to their delayed-release site is now nearing completion; with their eventual release on 2000 acres of remote private wildlife sanctuary land.  Thirty four animals have so far been translocated to the five acre pre-release enclosure with another three to be moved in the next…

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Emotional Eyes

Emotional eyes Steve and Rosemary’s story ‘Dasher’ had lost her long time and inseparable companion ‘Rudi’ to cardiomyopathy –  resulting from being chased by a dog. For weeks Dasher ran expectantly back and forth to all the favourite places she had shared with her friend – the Casuarina embankment, ‘Rudi’s…

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Fur Elise

She was as beautiful as the music she was named after and a very lucky little joey. Elise was caught by her foot in a wire fence suspended off the ground on a hot afternoon. The wire had cut deeply into the skin proximal to the metatarsophalangeal joint( between the…

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From Chaos to Calm in a Second

One of the joys of living with wild animals is going for a walk and having previously cared-for animals come over to you to say ‘hello’. Recently Rosemary was out walking in the afternoon. It was windy and the local kangaroo mob were unusually nervous. Kangaroos don’t like the wind…

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