• David Clarey

EARTHCHAT: What Do We Need To Do To Save Our Wildlife?

Friday 21 May 10am and Saturday 22 May 8am, and also on podcast:


Did you know that cats kill more than a million Australian birds every day! And More than 1,800 plant and animal species and ecological communities are at risk of extinction right now. Along with many other species, soon to be listed as a threatened species is the Platypus!

Join Ruth and special guest, wildlife rescuer, Tania Begg who will fill us in on what’s involved with rescue, rehabilitation, and release back into the wild of injured native animals. Tania will tell us what we need to know when we come across an injured animal, where do we take them, and how to do this with great care to minimise their fear and injury. Plus many other useful tips for looking out for native animals in our backyards and beyond.


And if you’re interested in becoming a wildlife carer there is a training in Mooroopna this Saturday, May 22nd. Be quick to register by going to:

https://www.wildlifevictoria.org.au/get-involved/wildlife-victoria-training


EarthChat on 103.9 Seymour FM on Friday at 10am, repeated on Saturday at 8am

Listen up and get fired up.


Tune in to BEAM's radio program EarthChat each Friday on Seymour FM at 10am or to the repeat on Saturday at 8am.

Radio: Seymour FM 103.9 MHz

Stream: www.seymourfm.com.au/audio-player.html

Podcasts: www.beam.org.au/earthchat


Time to tune in, listen up and get active EarthChatters!


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