Nearly all grown up!

Elsie is huge! At this stage of her development she would still be with her mum but her independence is growing! Although she still wants to come in the house (but isnt allowed!) she can head off and put herself to bed, taking Barney with her! Elsie and Barney still have a bottle each twiceContinue reading “Nearly all grown up!”

The Easter Barney is real!

Elsie and Barney enjoyed Easter! No chocolates for them, just carrots, sweet potatoes and lots of grass! We also took the opportunity to make some short clips to bring awareness about these wonderful creatures! Elsie and Barney continue to thrive! Have a safe and happy Easter. I’ll be blogging more soon! You can follow usContinue reading “The Easter Barney is real!”

Barney’s vet trip

You can read Barney’s full story all through my earlier blogs. Dear little Barney is very sweet and today was his visit to the vet for his microchip. All of our wombats in care are microchipped and eventually released back into the wild at the appropriate age. Then, if they ever come back into careContinue reading “Barney’s vet trip”

Elsie and Barney – wombats growing up too fast!

Elsie is big – I’ve given up trying to weigh her! Barney is probably around 11 kilos. They live permanently outdoors now – or at least that’s the expectation! Keeping them outside and away from the back door is a challenge! I have to remind them frequently that they are outdoor wombats, preparing for lifeContinue reading “Elsie and Barney – wombats growing up too fast!”

A new year!

Rolling into 2021! Elsie the wombat demonstrates her exuberance and love of life! Over Christmas and new year, I continued to have ducklings in care, crimson rosellas and of course Elsie and Barney the wombats! Barney loved helping me care for the wood ducks! Barney even had the opportunity to meet my pet rabbit calledContinue reading “A new year!”

And then there were three?

Unfortunately then another wombat joey came into care! Her name is Brindabella or Brindy for short. She came into care at around four months old and weighing over 500 grams. Brindy’s mum was hit by a car. Luckily a member of the public stopped and checked the pouch and found little Brindy. Although the vehicleContinue reading “And then there were three?”