Expeditions

A large part of Wombat and Fauna rescue’s  job  is to help facilitate scientific research into the  animals health and welfare. To do this Val Salmon summons her local knowledge and local contacts  to give the scientists coming to the area the best opportunity possible to study these animals in their  wild natural habitats. Recently , 2 Scientists from Australia and Japan, came to the Ceduna and Coorabie areas with a  small party of researchers to do research with the Wombats of the area. As with most research it  takes time to summarise and correlate the information which helps to ensure that the findings  published are factual. The findings from this expedition will most likely be published in the next news  letter. Below are some Wombat warrens , The picture on the left showing  a large amount of shell material  excavated by the Wombats while digging their homes.  This certainly demonstrates the ancient sea  bed that once existed over this area which the Wombats now call home.

Expeditions

A large part of Wombat and Fauna rescue’s  job  is to help facilitate scientific research into the  animals health and welfare. To do this Val Salmon summons her local knowledge and local contacts  to give the scientists coming to the area the best opportunity possible to study these animals in their  wild natural habitats. Recently , 2 Scientists from Australia and Japan, came to the Ceduna and Coorabie areas with a  small party of researchers to do research with the Wombats of the area. As with most research it  takes time to summarise and correlate the information which helps to ensure that the findings  published are factual. The findings from this expedition will most likely be published in the next news  letter. Below are some Wombat warrens , The picture on the left showing  a large amount of shell material  excavated by the Wombats while digging their homes.  This certainly demonstrates the ancient sea  bed that once existed over this area which the Wombats now call home.

Expeditions

A large part of Wombat and Fauna rescue’s  job  is to help facilitate scientific research into the  animals health and welfare. To do this Val Salmon summons her local knowledge and local contacts  to give the scientists coming to the area the best opportunity possible to study these animals in their  wild natural habitats. Recently , 2 Scientists from Australia and Japan, came to the Ceduna and Coorabie areas with a  small party of researchers to do research with the Wombats of the area. As with most research it  takes time to summarise and correlate the information which helps to ensure that the findings  published are factual. The findings from this expedition will most likely be published in the next news  letter. Below are some Wombat warrens , The picture on the left showing  a large amount of shell material  excavated by the Wombats while digging their homes.  This certainly demonstrates the ancient sea  bed that once existed over this area which the Wombats now call home.