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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
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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.

Natasha


Added: March 13, 2012
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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 :D


Added: February 7, 2012
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Added: January 28, 2012
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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?

cheers
Linda


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Admin reply: Hi Nicole

Good to hear from you! No, not to late to apply at all. The course will be on September 24th, in Armidale. I'll put you on the list and will send you updates as I plan the course.

cheers for now
Linda


Added: August 3, 2011
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I really enjoyed reading your website, i got the link through carol lander, will now keep popping back for reference and updates.

Admin reply: Hi Caroline,

Really pleased that you enjoy FCW! I've placed you on my email update list, so when ever there is an update to the site you'll be told!

cheers for now
Linda
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Added: May 21, 2011
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Hi Annne, I'm a big fan of yours, having heard your talks at the Wildlife and Wombat Conferences. I love your website and the amount of information that you so freely present. I was wondering if you could help me regarding a brush tail possum I have hand reared and is now 18 months old. She is under the care of a vet and has had two courses of antibiotics, namely baytril and clavulox, tympany for bloat and a dose of painkiller and anti inflammatory. She ate a rose bud yesterday, her first substantial food for two weeks. Her ears are still floppy but most noticeably blood shot and very purple and she still doesn't move out of her box. What would this be a symtom of and can we do more? Thank you, and thank you for your passion of wildlife.
Best wishes. Carmen

Admin reply: Hello Carmen

I have forwarded your post to Dr Anne Fowler who should get back to you soon. May I suggest in the meantime that you offer your possum some milk replacer (Biolac or Wombaroo are the best options) mixed with a small squirt of Nutrigel. Compromised critters (adults) can be offered milk if they refuse or are too sick to eat solids and the Nutrigel is chock full of great vitamins and minerals - it also stimulates the appetite.

BTW, this site isn't Anne's, it's mine. I'm lucky enought to have Dr Anne as a regular contributor.

:D

cheers for now
Linda
Fourth Crossing Wildlife


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Admin reply: Hi there Patricia

Yes, I remember your name!

here is the link to the petition - http://www.gopetition.com/petition/43515.html

cheers for now

Linda
Fourth Crossing Wildlife


Added: March 3, 2011
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Hi Linda. Was interested in your comment on the Australian Owlet Nightjar that it could be mistaken for a sugar glider. That is exactly what we thought it was or even a ringtail as it was some way up the tree in the ringtail nesting box. It seems though that these birds are not usually found in our area. Yet we have also seen their gorgeous white babies, prob. no more than a day old, when checking the Possum boxes. So they are obviously quite at home here om Central Victoria.

Admin reply: Hey there Maraika,

The comparison to a glider is not my own - it comes from The Mammals of Australia. It is quite right though, isn't it! Very similar little faces.

cheers for now
Linda
Fourth Crossing Wildlife


Added: February 14, 2011
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