• Emu, Kangaroo Island, South Australia, Australia_4280680 -2CROPPED

    Emu, Kangaroo Island, South Australia, Australia_4280680 -2CROPPED

  • Flying foxes aka Grey headed fruit bats, Victoria, Australia_DSC3940CROPPED

    Flying foxes aka Grey headed fruit bats, Victoria, Australia_DSC3940CROPPED

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    2-wildlife-victoria-101

  • Duck, Victoria, Australia_DSC4273CROPPED

    Duck, Victoria, Australia_DSC4273CROPPED

  • rescue-22CROPPED

    rescue-22CROPPED

  • rescue-40CROPPED

    rescue-40CROPPED

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Are you reporting one of these birds?

While they do appear to be adult-sized, these are young birds that generally just need to be left alone. Read about baby birds here.

 

Magpie Raven

Magpie fledgling

The dark coloured beak

indicates a young bird.

Adults will have a white coloured beak,

Raven fledgling

The blue colour in the eye

indicates a young bird. 

Adults will have a white coloured eye.

 

 

Here's what we achieved last month:

 

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Monthly Summary

 

Spring has sprung! During the spring months Wildlife Victoria receives thousands of calls relating to common spring wildlife activity. For more information regarding common spring wildlife reports see the following fact sheets: Swooping Birds, Baby Birds, Ducks and DucklingsEchidnas, and Reptiles.  If you have seen or found an injured animal please call Wildlife Victoria as soon as possible on 8400 7300.