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Possum Milk Replacer >0.8 $152 for 5kg, Min Crude Protein	30% Min Crude Fat	35% Max Fibre	0% Max Salt	1.1%

Possum Milk Replacer >0.8 $152 for 5kg, Min Crude Protein 30% Min Crude Fat 35% Max Fibre 0% Max Salt 1.1%

Amazing web site with resources on emotional and social development in early childhood

Amazing web site with resources on emotional and social development in early childhood

Wires Wildlife Rescue 1300 094 737 Rescuing, and caring for, sick, injured and orphaned native animals. - See more at: http://www.wires.org.au/rescue/become-a-rescuer#sthash.aqijnyfW.dpuf

Wires Wildlife Rescue 1300 094 737 Rescuing, and caring for, sick, injured and orphaned native animals. - See more at: http://www.wires.org.au/rescue/become-a-rescuer#sthash.aqijnyfW.dpuf

Protexin Professional Sachet

Protexin Professional Sachet

Possum Milk Replacer

Possum Milk Replacer

Care of Australian Wildlife

Care of Australian Wildlife

ZuuZuu is an adult male Anna’s Hummingbird who came to Project Wildlife as a hatchling during the 2011 baby season. ZuuZuu could not be released back to the wild because he has a malformed beak which would prevent him from being able to feed from various sources. According to his caregiver, ZuuZuu has a very strong personality and will buzz and chirp loudly until he gets what he wants.

ZuuZuu is an adult male Anna’s Hummingbird who came to Project Wildlife as a hatchling during the 2011 baby season. ZuuZuu could not be released back to the wild because he has a malformed beak which would prevent him from being able to feed from various sources. According to his caregiver, ZuuZuu has a very strong personality and will buzz and chirp loudly until he gets what he wants.

Caring for Possums

Caring for Possums

Druk is a female Rosy Boa who came to Project Wildlife in early 2011. She was captive bred for the pet trade, but due to a spinal column deformity she was considered non-sellable and so she came to Project Wildlife instead. Druk’s deformity may hinder her ability to unhinge her jaw like a normal snake (she’s currently too young to eat on her own and is force-fed by her caregiver).

Druk is a female Rosy Boa who came to Project Wildlife in early 2011. She was captive bred for the pet trade, but due to a spinal column deformity she was considered non-sellable and so she came to Project Wildlife instead. Druk’s deformity may hinder her ability to unhinge her jaw like a normal snake (she’s currently too young to eat on her own and is force-fed by her caregiver).

Balloon release information. Fourth Crossing Wildlife - Lance Ferris - What Goes Up Must Come Down.  Eye witness account of balloon release hazards to wildlife.

Balloon release information. Fourth Crossing Wildlife - Lance Ferris - What Goes Up Must Come Down. Eye witness account of balloon release hazards to wildlife.

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