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Wednesday, October 16, 2019
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Topic: wildlife

Snakes active across Bundaberg Region

Warm weather has led to increased snake activity in residential areas across the Bundaberg Region.

Bat warning after spate of infections

Queensland Health has issued a bat warning as six Wide Bay people required treatment after being scratched or bitten in the past three weeks.

Wide Bay Wildlife Catchers one-stop shop

A group of wildlife experts have created a local reference group, Wide Bay Wildlife Catchers, for everything creepy, crawling and furry.

Bundaberg Region wildlife book published

A new book by Samantha Jackson from Gin Gin features the unique wildlife of the Bundaberg Region, Australian Wildlife on Your Doorstep.

Council worker gives rescued joey the gift of life

A rescued joey has a chance at life thanks to Bundaberg Regional Council parks and gardens labourer at Woodgate, Mark Richards.

More sea snakes at Kellys Beach, Bargara

Two more sea snakes came ashore with the ebbing tide at Kellys Beach, Bargara, this morning (Saturday, 30 March).

Frog eats Keelback snake

Here's an amazing photo by Melissa Brown from Bundaberg courtesy Kavs Wildlife Services on Facebook of a frog eating a Keelback snake.

Why did the turtle cross the road?

Last night's rain was enjoyed by all locals including a Krefft’s turtle at the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens which went for an evening walk.

Goanna relocated from Branyan cupboard

A metre-long goanna was relocated recently from Bonna Rd Branyan after being found in a garage behind a cupboard.

7.1kg carpet python removed from Branyan home

A 7.1kg coastal carpet python made itself at home in a Branyan residence until it was removed by Kyle Hancock from Kavs Wildlife Services.

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