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"The Care Of Macropods"

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Cooloola Wildlife Carer's Assoc., Inc. Your workshop with our group was the best Macropod workshop of any kind my carers have attended,also your Manual has been a wonderful help to us all. Townsville Vet Clinic As one of the local "wildlife" veterinarians and as a wildlife carer myself, I came to know Lynda Staker as an invaluable source of information on marsupial and monotreme husbandry, medicine and hand-rearing of wild animals Fauna Rescue of SA The manual "Don't Step Backwards" written by Lynda Staker has proved a invaluable resource and is used as a reference book by Fauna Rescue and many other wildlife organisations.
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