Nights draw in and the cooler, fresher days are welcome. A good amount of rain this month has helped the flora whether it is in the process of flowering or dormant. We are seeing the first flush of Flannel flowers for which Tanilba Bay is named. It is the “place of white flowers” in the […]
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Many thanks to Charlie Bell, our resident expert botanist who took most of these pictures of what is in bloom in this month of April. After the previous month recovering from the extreme heat of the summer we have been experiencing consistent rain over a period of weeks. Firstly, as part of Ex-cyclone Debbie (An […]
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A very sad reminder to everyone to take care driving in and around Port Stephens. Everyone should know that if the worst happens, no-one gets into any trouble for a car accident with a koala. But ***please, please*** report it, because as in this case, a joey can be saved. ... See MoreSee Less
A new arrival under tragic circumstances...
We apologise if this video causes some distress but unfortunately it's something we have deal with far too often.
The body of a mother called Nikita who is known to us came in the early hours of Saturday morning. She was hit by a car and died instantly. Thankfully we where called straight away by the driver and found that she had a Joey in her pouch.
Here is little 340 gram male Joey called MORTON being gently teased out of his once secure home. Not knowing if he sustained any injuries we have been caring for him for three days and we are pleased to say he is doing brilliantly and is adjusting to his new life with his foster mom.
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