school, Donna started work as a veterinarian nurse and eventually started working
at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary as a zookeeper and vet nurse.
working she enrolled in a course on Captive Vertebrate Management and during this
time she volunteered to assist with some research that was being done with the
Northern Hairy-Nosed Wombats.
convinced her that she wanted to help critically endangered wildlife and her research
specialises on the Northern Hairy-Nosed Wombats.
the field she is up early, around 5.30 am and tries to get as much work done before
it gets too hot. The middle of the day is spent sorting through data and preparing
to go back out to work at about 3 pm , and work through until dark.
has shared her husbandry manual for the Southern Hairy-Nosed Wombat with Fourth
Crossing Wildlife. Click on the link below to be directed to the manual.
text and photo was used from www.csiro.au/scope/profiles/Enviro.htm
with Donna's permission