A FAMILY of bears has been rescued from a bin by two good samaritans. A heartwarming video of the incident shows a woman in a ute backing slowly towards the bin while a mother bear looks on defensively. The woman lowers the ladder into the bin and a few seconds later, three brown bear cubs
Caddy the pint-sized, eight-month-old wombat is lucky to be alive, having been orphaned in June after her mother was killed by a car. Now the baby grey marsupial lives in a little “shack” at the Warrandyte Wildlife Shelter. Manager Linda Sauvarin said because Caddy was the only wombat there at the moment, some friends were
I am thrilled to announce that Oz Wildlife Studio will be at the Cleveland Markets every month starting on Sunday 22 July 2012. I have been busy making a new range of jewellery designs, fantasy bird ornaments and brand new “Nature Spirits” hangings. Cleveland has always been one of my favourite places and its local
Here is the July collection of wildlife inspired wallpapers – all free to download. Click on the pictures to visit the original sites.Pin ItPin It
A short while ago I purchased this book whilst shopping for art materials. I thought it would be a welcome addition to my growing library of art and craft books and in particular, this one would be great for my art students. I am very impressed with this little book which is one of aPin It
An A4 sized colouring in book featuring my collection of Australian Rainforest Friends.
Here is the May dose of aaaaawwwwh and I have been fortunate enough to be up-close to a Tawny Frogmouth at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary in Queensland where I managed to take some photographs but I have never seen one in the wild. This little fluff ball was born at Adelaide Zoo to a pair ofPin It
I have seen a few articles about albino wildlife but a black kookaburra? What the?!! There have been a few sightings and this story is from the Daily Telegraph. Even the currawongs and cockatoos were confused when the strange dark birds started appearing in Deborah Winfield’s suburban Sydney backyard. “They sort of did a doublePin It