Edition 61 of Wildtimes is here!  In this 20th Anniversary bumper edition we celebrate the work of 11 Wildcare Branches across the State from the remote islands to the high peaks.

Planking winding over the misty moor

Find out how cod liver oil is preserving history at Melaleuca, how feral oysters are being farewelled at Lumeah Point, and the kind of cooperation it takes to save a fragile alpine moorland from being loved to death at Mt Field.

We win over boxthorn at Roydon Island, clean up the larapuna coast (with 140 friends), gain a friendly perspective with Friends of Freycinet, conserve our heritage (with over 140 sheep) at the Steppes, reflect on 12 years of Wildcaring at Tasman Island and honour the life and contribution of dedicated Wildcarer, Trauti Reynolds.

In this edition you will learn about a newly established caretaker program at Chauncy Vale, read about a new film celebrating the ‘Get Outside’ Program and find out what’s been happening in the Whale Rescue Program.

We honour another passionate and committed Wildcarer with the opening of the 2018 Craig Saunders Photo Competition. We are looking for entries (photo and a short paragraph) that highlight what is ‘AT THE HEART OF WILDCARE‘. Entries close 31st October.