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|Comments:||I wanted to give you a quick thank you regarding your section on information for carers about raising joeys.
Although I've successfully reared young wallabies before (paddemelons and tammars), none were as young as the Bennett's I have now.
Thanks to your amazing site, I've gained so much extra knowledge and the section on poo and wee identification is some of the most useful info I've come across; I honestly can't thank you enough!
My little one is doing well and I can breathe a sigh of relief that everything seems healthy =)
|Comments:||I identified a coastal taipan at the front of my property today from your site. It was about 1.5 metres in length and was on the edge of long grass near my front dam. I live at Corindi Beach on eastern side of the highway on a small hobby farm. Just thought you may be interested.
|Comments:||Useful page. Thanks but could you please update our details as well.
WIRES DUBBO BRANCH phone number 1300 55 66 86
|Name:||David & Helen Burrell|
David & Helen Burrell from Leopold Wildlife Shelter here,
could you please update our contact details as we do not have the home phone number anymore (0352504024) so could you remove it & replace it with our mobile number 0409002258 which is manned 24hours a day please.
The shelter is opened & on call 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. Thank you
David & Helen
|Comments:||I do like the web page looks great makes me miss all the little critters we had over the years I was the Sec of ntwc|
I am a first year Uni student studying a Bachelor of Zoology and wanted to become a member, but the link on your website appears to be having some problems and will not load. I would greatly appreciate it if a membership form could be sent to me.
Thank you for your time,
|Comments:||how do my partner and i go about becoming wildlife carers in brisbane. we are very passoinate about caring for australia's native wildlife and would like to become more involved. also wondering how to go about making a career out of it. my partner has saved many wild birds, kangaroo's and even a crocadile when we resided in northern WA..... we are hoping to persue a career in this line of work if possible.
please e-mail me back with any information you may have and any other contacts if you are unable to help me with my enquiry.
|Comments:||Hey, sorry I have not been to any meetings since I joined, did not know when they were on. I found out about the next meeting from the pamplet, but ironically I cannot make it that day.
|Comments:||Hey your SA Site has a private No. under Bird preservation sociatry. I rang it and the lady says yeah, its my number they won't take it off and all you lot waste your time and money calling me....|
|Comments:||just a quick fyi the contact number you have listed for the qnac (queensland native animal care) is incorrect and is actually that of ctm tiles|
|Comments:||Great site,hopefully soon our groop will have a site up and running.Raoul..Rockhampton Wildlife Rescue|
|Comments:||I was horrified to read the comments (in your notes and in a newsletter article) about allowing wildlife to mix with domestic animals. How crazy is that? Wildlife must learn to recognise dogs, cats, dingoes, foxes etc as predators. Please read http://www.qwrc1.org.au/rnr/12.pdf (page 5) that has an example of what happens. I feel sorry for those animals being released in those circumstances.|
|Comments:|| Love your site will come back again keep ut the good work
HI all Nashos
I have set up a web site for Platoon or group photos. If you have any photos that you would like to send to put on the web site, you can either email them or sent them by post with any of the names you can re call with any other details. My email and address is at the base of this letter, the web site is also link to the National Servicemenís web page with a direct link later on all photos will be send too national archives to be stored before they are lost.
The web address of the site is http://nashosphotos.wikidot.com/
Yours in Comradeship
Ex Nasho 70/72
138 Blacks haws rd. South Kingsville 3015 Victoria ph: (03) 9391 7269
Email address: email@example.com
If you want your contact details put on let me know
|Comments:||Great website. Think your unnamed bird may be an Eastern Spinebill|
|Comments:||I enjoyed looking at the photos in this web site and reading all of the information available. Many thanks for making this available !|