Putting a little dampener on nature

The Bunurong Coast seems to have escaped the heavy flooding rains experienced in other parts of Victoria and south east Australia, but for the natural world, life goes on. As communities face the challenges of rising floodwaters and flash flooding, our wildlife have to quickly adapt to the changing environmental conditions. We are in peak breeding season for many species, and some of our very young and immature critters will face a tough time coming out the other side. So if you are out and about around The Cape estate or walking along the nearby Yallock-Bulluk Marine and Coastal Park, please keep an eye out for any distressed animals that may require help, and in the first instance, please ring Wildlife Victoria for assistance and they will organise a trained wildlife rescuer to attend to the situation.

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