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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%

I used this as a sauce over grilled swordfish steak and used lime instead of lemon

I used this as a sauce over grilled swordfish steak and used lime instead of lemon

Care of Australian Wildlife

Care of Australian Wildlife

This picture is part of the Big Picture Art Project!  Link in profile  The Story behind my drawing: Bush fires are a major part of life in Australia and devastation from these cause havoc and destruction not only to human homes but also to fauna and flora. Here the life's work of a wildlife carer has been destroyed native animals died but the relief to survive both for herself and an injured kangaroo is expressed as they hug each other. Whatever happens in any place around the world we…

This picture is part of the Big Picture Art Project! Link in profile The Story behind my drawing: Bush fires are a major part of life in Australia and devastation from these cause havoc and destruction not only to human homes but also to fauna and flora. Here the life's work of a wildlife carer has been destroyed native animals died but the relief to survive both for herself and an injured kangaroo is expressed as they hug each other. Whatever happens in any place around the world we…

Boo came to Project Wildlife as a young owl who had been raised by the public. Due to being hand-raised, Boo is not afraid of people and as a result cannot survive in the wild. Boo lives in Ramona with his caregiver with whom he has formed a special bond. In addition to flying right to his caregiver’s wrist for training sessions and outings, during breeding season Boo makes mating calls to his caregiver to let him know that he’s his chosen mate!.

Boo came to Project Wildlife as a young owl who had been raised by the public. Due to being hand-raised, Boo is not afraid of people and as a result cannot survive in the wild. Boo lives in Ramona with his caregiver with whom he has formed a special bond. In addition to flying right to his caregiver’s wrist for training sessions and outings, during breeding season Boo makes mating calls to his caregiver to let him know that he’s his chosen mate!.

Possum Milk Replacer

Possum Milk Replacer

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

Caring for Possums

Caring for Possums

Pepper, an Acorn Woodpecker arrived as a young bird to the Project Wildlife Triage Center in 2009. Due to her poor health and an unfortunate series of events, she lost the upper part of her beak, breaking it off so close to her face that it will not re-grow. Pepper needs to be on a modified diet and cannot be released into the wild. Despite having half a beak, she still happily pecks at wood and forages in her enclosure for her favorite acorns, cleverly hidden by her caregiver.

Pepper, an Acorn Woodpecker arrived as a young bird to the Project Wildlife Triage Center in 2009. Due to her poor health and an unfortunate series of events, she lost the upper part of her beak, breaking it off so close to her face that it will not re-grow. Pepper needs to be on a modified diet and cannot be released into the wild. Despite having half a beak, she still happily pecks at wood and forages in her enclosure for her favorite acorns, cleverly hidden 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).

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).

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