Submitted by Name: Ian * * * From: Qld E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi, I am a wildlife carer who only just found your page! I am currently rearing a grey and a red necked, and your milk formula page just resolved a raging row.... thank you so very much, and keep up the good work! All the best, Ian
Admin reply: G'day Ian.
I'm so glad it helped!
Added: February 9, 2015
Submitted by Name: Sal From: Canberra E-mail: Contact
Comments: Thank you for the info page regarding injured magpies and currawongs. Very helpful .
Admin reply: You're welcome, Sal!
Added: November 16, 2014
Submitted by Name: Annalise From: NSW E-mail: Contact
Comments: Very informative and helpful for my TAFE assingments!
Admin reply: Great stuff, Annalise!
Added: August 30, 2014
Submitted by Name: Ian Roberts From: Southern Tasmania E-mail: Contact
Comments: I must thank you for the amazing info on Brushtail Possums. They are my passion and I hope to make a difference to as many as I can in my lifetime.
My Step-Daughter and I are both wildlife carers and also active in the FOC program ran down here by Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, (another brilliant Australian Wildlife cause).
Your site is my new bible. I hope all others continue to visit this wealth of info and support your efforts. Brilliant work and thanks again so much.
Admin reply: Hi there Ian.
I'm so pleased that you love FCW and that it has helped you to care for your own wildlife charges.
I visited Bonorong when I was in Tassie a few weeks back and loved it. They are doing some really great work.
cheers for now Linda
Added: July 12, 2014
Submitted by Name: Michele Gottlieb From: Clermont, FL E-mail: Contact
Comments: I happened upon an adult male possum after a car had grazed it in the head. I wrapped him in a blanket and brought him to my home. My neighbor's nephew is a vet and he came very quickly and tried to operate on the possum. The head injury was too extensive and the possum died under anesthesia. It broke our hearts, but we did the right thing for the animal.
Admin reply: Hi Michele
Good on you for rescuing the possum and trying to help him. So many people drive around injured animals on the road - it takes a beautiful person to stop and help. Thank you!
kind regards Linda
Added: April 16, 2014
Submitted by Name: Kathryn eagle From: Riverstone NSW E-mail: Contact
Comments: Happy Birthday
Admin reply: Thank you, Kathryn!
Added: October 20, 2013
Submitted by Name: Roobee Rose From: Central Victoria E-mail: Contact
Comments: Happy Birthday Linda and all Fourth Crossing Wildlife people and critters.
You are doing a great job, and I wish you many years of Fourth Crossing ahead!
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