Ivy Western Ringtail Possum

Saturday, October 26, 2013

The Auction is Alive!

That's Right! If you can't make it to the Auction night don't despair. You can now go to www.maroowildliferefuge.com have a look at the "Our Artists Rocks" Page and place a bid.
After the auction you can either collect at Balingup, Bridgetown or Manjimup.
so what are you waiting for go and have a look at the great talent our southern forests artists have done to raise money for the Refuge.

Oh and by the way up until the Auction night they can be all viewed either online or if you are down Bridgetown way pop into the "Bridgetown Pottery Restaurant and Gallery" 81 Hampton Road Bridgetown from Mondays to Saturdays 10am- 3pm to see all the rocks on display and/or bid on one whilst maybe trying Pip's amazing yummy food.
Here's a photo with Freddie and the glacial rocks "Prior" to sending them to the talented artists.

Saturday, October 19, 2013

Does Maroo Rock - You betchya


Maroo Wildlife Refuge is holding a "Maroo Rocks" Auction [cool title hey!]. Check out the flyer above. All profits will go back to caring for Wildlife and this is an event not to be missed!. Now go to our Webpage www.maroowildliferefuge.com   and... click on the Maroo Rocks button. Photos of the painted Glacial rocks will soon be posted but you can read all about some of the artists that have very generously and kindly donated their time to help support a worthy cause. Go on what are you waiting for....

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Maroo Wildlife Refuge and Project Numbat Join Forces

The Shire on Manjimup had a opening day for their $1.1 brand new playground at the Manjimup Timber Park and Maroo Wildlife Refuge and Project Numbat were invited to attend.
Despite the early rain we had a really great attendance and many signed our support sheet for a Wildlife Interpretation Shelter to be built in the Timber Park.
There was also a very special appearance of Nurla Project Numbats very energetic Mascot
and we also hear that there is a Entertaining Viral video of Nurla dancing with all the youngsters.....
 
Early in the day setup
Thanks goes to Jodie, Dan, Irene and Paul [Maroo Volunteers] for helping us out on the day and Chris from Project Numbat who drove all the way down from Perth to help the Numbats Cause.
Did you know that a numbat consumes over 20,000 termites a day.
geeeez I wonder who counted them all.

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Minister Up Close

Today was a very special day as Igy was able to describe her plight of being on the Critically Endangered list and asked if he could help her species.

The Hon Albert Jacob and Igy are shown here getting an eye to eye view of each other. Glen is there for support.

Friday, October 4, 2013

We need Photos of Burston Blue Teats Being Used

Hi Everyone,
Want your photo of your baby wildlife in care in an Aussie magazine?
I am looking for Photo's, using a Burston Blue Teat of course, for the following-
-Ring Tail Possum
-Bandicoot
-Flying Fox
or any endangered species....
Please email to burstonblueteats@bigpond.com and if you are happy for us to use the photo.
Please ask around
Thanks Glen