Antechinus

For this New Years resolution become a wildlife carer or rescuer.

For this New Years resolution become a wildlife carer or rescuer.Here are a few reasons why:• Over 100,000 calls for wildlife rescue advice and assistance are made annually to WIRES Rescue Office, resulting in hundreds of animals in daily need of rescue. Despite the amazing work current volunteers do, we never have enough volunteers to …

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Orphaned Antechinus

Shay got quite a surprise when she noticed a small critter inside her child’s toy farm house, it was obviously a baby and it did not look like your average feral house mouse, so Shay called WIRES for advice. The little critter is an Antechinus, and right now it is really important that you know …

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Antechinus found in swimming pool

Another juvenile Antechinus has been found in a swimming pool, this time at Richmond Hill. The little lady has been thoroughly examined and found to be in good condition considering her ordeal.  She is currently in care with WIRES volunteer Josef where she has  recovered from shock, been re-hydrated, and is now awaiting room service.  …

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30 August 2021

Neil got quite a surprise when he found this tiny little critter clinging to his pool filter this morning. It was wet and shivering, so he placed it on his finger and sat in the sun so it could dry, then put it in a box with a towel and delivered it to WIRES volunteer …

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