ECHIDNA IDENTIFICATION

At this time of year and at least half a dozen times a week I receive calls regarding echidnas. Most calls are from members of the public who have found an echidna in their garden and want it removed. Under … Continue reading

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IT’S JUST A BROKEN TOE!

Years ago I received an Eastern Grey joey for care, she was a pink, 660gm, very cold and dehydrated. Supposedly she had just been found on a pile of rubbish at the local tip. The story didn’t seem right, at … Continue reading

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