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Friday, September 25, 2020
Topics Wildlife

Topic: wildlife

Oldest Red-tailed Tropicbird found on reef island

USC researchers have found what could be the oldest known breeding individual of one of the world’s most elusive seabirds on Lady Elliot Island, at the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef.

Community involvement key to wild dog management

A baiting program which will be held in August and September will help landowners to protect their properties from wild dogs

Echidnas on the move as breeding season begins

Echidna breeding season has begun and residents are being advised what to do if one of the spiky creatures takes up post in the backyard.

Possum rescue at Thabeban State School

Thabeban State School teachers were pleasantly surprised to rescue and reunite a baby possum with a resident mother possum on Thursday.

Roo loves spending time with family who helped her

A mother kangaroo who was raised by Bucca wildlife carer Sara Witcher and her family has adopted them as one of her own.

Woodgate Wildlife Rescue group supported

Woodgate and Surrounds Wildlife Rescue has received a welcome gift after damaging fires to help raise injured and orphaned wildlife.

Tiny turtles in garden bed surprise Council staff

A clutch of 18 freshwater turtle hatchlings surprised Bundaberg Regional Council staff when they began emerging from a garden bed this week.

Rescued baby echidna taken to Australia Zoo

It’s not every day a puggle is rescued off the streets of Bundaberg by passionate animal lovers and taken on a 300km journey to safety but that's what happened on Wednesday.

Region's flying-foxes impacted by starvation event

A local wildlife carer says a flying-fox starvation event across South East Queensland is sending flocks of sick and dying creatures to her door.

Emu watches Bundaberg snake catcher

It's not every day an emu watches Bundaberg snake catcher Kyle Hancock at work but that's what happened on Friday.

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