“Western Brushy” Release

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Western Brush-tailed Possum release in the South-West of Western Australia

Working with Native Animal Rescue (NAR) volunteers the Bioactive team released three Western Brush-tailed Possums to a remote location in the South-West corner of Western Australia.

As part of the Bioactive Environmental Stewardship (BESt) program, Bioactive in cooperation with NAR attached artificial nesting boxes to native trees at a height that would keep the possums safe and ensure a comfortable transition from the rehabilitation hospital environment at NAR back to their native habitat.

Bioactive is grateful for the excellent community driven work conducted by NAR and their volunteers.

For more information and donations to NAR please click on the NAR logo

 

 

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