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  WILDLIFE RESCUE
  Geoff has had more than 40 years experience in raising and rehabilitating Australian wildlife. Both of Geoff's parents had a keen interest in helping injured animals, so, as a child, Geoff was in contact with a great variety of native fauna in various stages of recuperation, in and around the family home.
  In more recent years, as a holder of a Rehabilitation Permit issued by the Environmental Protection Agency, Geoff has successfully rescued, raised and rehabilitated an extensive array of native fauna, including:
 
  • Birds
  • Possums
  • Bats
  • Wallabies
  • Kangaroos
  • Gliders
  • Turtles
  • Snakes
  • Goannas
  • Dragons
  • Skinks
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  WILDLIFE RELOCATION
  In addition to raising and rehabilitating wildlife, Geoff also holds a Damage Mitigation Permit which allows him to legally catch and relocate certain species of native fauna that are causing damage to property or are a threat to human health. The species that are most commonly moved under these conditions include, snakes, possums, swooping birds and scrub turkeys.
   
  SPOTTER CATCHER
 

In accordance with the Nature Conservation Regulation 1994, most local governments now require a Spotter Catcher to inspect a development site in order to identify wildlife habitats prior to development and to be on hand to rescue wildlife disturbed during clearing of vegetation. The conditions of Geoff’s Rehabilitation Permit authorise him to undertake all activities required of a Spotter Catcher.

   
 
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