Snakes

5 June 2021

Join us for World Environment Day Saturday 5th June at Lismore Environment Centre, Pride Plaza, cnr Magellan and Molesworth Street, next to the transit centre in Lismore.  World Environment Day is the United Nations day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action to protect our environment. The theme for World Environment Day 2021 is ‘Ecosystem Restoration’. …

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22 May 2021

Today is World Biodiversity Day! The term Biodiversity refers to the myriad of ways different species and communities of living creatures – plants, insects, humans – interact with each other and make our planet habitable.The United Nations first created the event in 1993, where their aim was to promote awareness about biodiversity, sustainability and climate …

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26 April 2021

Thousands of animals are badly injured each year as a result of entanglement in or contact with barbed wire. We frequently attend rescues where native animals are caught and tangled in netting and fencing. Nocturnal animals such as bats, gliders and owls are particularly susceptible and are often entangled when flying towards flowering or fruiting …

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29 March 2021

WIRES volunteer snake handler Mat responded to a call yesterday afternoon regarding a Coastal carpet python snake happily curled up on the toilet cistern in a dimly lit toilet block at Bangalow. A young boy alerted mum to the snake and luckily he spotted it before entering. When Mat arrived on site, other members of …

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3 March 2021

When Alison and Mark suddenly had no hot water they went outside to check the hot water system. Much to their surprise they noticed a snake curled up inside the system that had somehow seemed to trip the heating.  The initial response was to leave the snake for a while and give it some time to …

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