Shelters continue with rescues

Carlisle River Wildlife Shelter’s Carola Anstis is pictured with a rescued long-nosed potoroo. Carola and fellow carer and husband Ron received the potoroo when it was just 89 grams. It now weighs 500g and is close to being ready for release. Potoroos are a threatened species in Victoria, and it is rare to spot them in the wild. Wildlife shelters across the district are continuing to care for injured or abandoned animals largely uninterrupted by coronavirus restrictions.

Colac district animal shelters say they are continuing their work with few interruptions from the coronavirus pandemic.

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