Travel

8 July 2021

You may recall the story from late April when a very young Eastern Grey kangaroo joey was found by David on his way to work. Driving to work, same route, same destination, David glanced at the same dead kangaroo seen two days previously, still laying on the side of the road, but this time something …

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29 May 2021

Matilda is a young Eastern grey kangaroo; she was just over 1 kg when found standing next to her dead mum on the side of the road. Poppy is a Red-necked wallaby, she had no fur, weighed just 600 gram when found on the ground with no mum in sight. Annie is a young Eastern …

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25 May 2021

A young Swamp wallaby joey was quickly retrieved from the pouch of her dead mum lying on the side of the road at Evans Head, mum had been spotted by a truck driver and his action saved the joeys life. WIRES volunteer Anna has since had the joey named Connie in care. Connie was examined …

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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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19 May 2021

Echidna Season is here It is that time of the year when WIRES receive large numbers of calls for Echidnas hit and injured by cars, they are more active in the cooler weather and for adult Echidna’s it is breeding time, they travel further afield looking for a mate. Young Echidna’s recently emerged from their …

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9 May 2021

A young lady on her way to work between Corndale and Clunes noticed a Kookaburra by the side of the road in the grass. As she passed she thought it was odd that the bird didn’t fly off, and although she was already late for work she went back. She quickly realised something was wrong …

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25 April 2021

Last week David was driving to work early in the morning in a fairly remote area when he spotted a dead kangaroo by the side of the road, sadly it was not unusual. Two days later, same route, same destination, he glanced at the same dead kangaroo still laying on the side of the road, …

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24 April 2021

Today is World Veterinary Day and we want to show our appreciation for all the veterinary practices who work with us for the wellbeing of our native wildlife. We could not do what we do without the help of vets all around Australia, who use their time and knowledge to provide medical assistance to our …

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