Comments: Thank you for yourwebsite and FB page. I love the pics and the words of care you use. I too am a Wildlife carer up this way and have been caring now for 8 years. Our little friends certainly bring the goodness out in people, don't they. Thanks again. well done
Admin reply: Thank you so much, Nalda! If you would like to contribute to FCW, please do!
Added: February 23, 2013
Submitted by Name: Linda From: Tasmania E-mail: Contact
Comments: Can't seem to find the site to report a mange infestation in a Wombat rescued at Mowbray Tasmania. It recently had come into possession a Joey infested with mange and ticks. The mother had a broken back and was Euthanised. She has been treated and so far appears to be ok. The concern is how many others have the mange around this area? Can you please forward to the appropriate organisation? Many thanks, A devoted Carer
Added: November 29, 2012
Submitted by Name: Sue From: tasnamia E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi Linda Just a quick note to let you know that I love your site, at the moment I have 2 orphan Wombats in my care and getting help from alot of people,which is great. Wombats are amazing animals,,one of my girls came to me infested with mange and ticks she has now recovered from that it did take a while but she has come a long way,once again Linda keep up the great work Kindest regards Sue
Added: May 22, 2012
Submitted by Name: Rheanon Smith From: Orlando, Florida E-mail: Contact
Comments: This morning I watched a show on animal planet about wombats, They are the most adorable animals ive ever seen and they are very interexting. The way they dig those huge burrows is so cool. It is amazing that people can get together to save these creatures. Good hearted people. I love your site.
Added: May 10, 2012
Submitted by Name: Natasha Stevens From: Melbourne, Victoria E-mail: Contact
Comments: I'm delighted to have found your page and be able to follow you on FB to receive great advice and resources surrounding the care of our beautiful wildlife.
Added: March 13, 2012
Submitted by Name: midge From: parramatta N. S. W. E-mail: Contact
Comments: I enjoy what information you put out it is always so imformative. I have learnt a lot from you. Midge. :)
Admin reply: Thank you Midge! So glad that you like Fourth Crossing Wildlife. I've added you to my email address book so that you'll receive an email every time I update the site.
cheers for now Linda
Added: February 7, 2012
Submitted by Name: Peggy DiMauro From: Florida, USA E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: joe conroy From: mossman n/qld E-mail: Contact
Comments: i drive roadtrains in n/qld on a 24hour roster,,so im on the road a fair bit through the night...iv seen a wombat twice in 6months in nearlly the exact same spot...the last time was only a couple of weeks ago!!!who do i contact so i can tell them where iv seen it??
Admin reply: Hi Joe.
Where abouts exactly are you seeing the wombats? I think that if you're seeing them in Qld then it would be DERM that you need to contact. BUT the only wombats in Qld are in the central and south/west. Can you contact me privately?
Added: November 4, 2011
Submitted by Name: Nicole Dwyer From: Iluka E-mail: Contact