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Separated yellow-bellied glider pair nursed back to health after Tomakin rescue

Megan McClelland
Updated November 28 2023 - 10:59am, first published November 24 2023 - 4:03pm
Two vulnerable yellow-bellied gliders have been reunited by two South Coast rescue groups after being discovered five days apart in Tomakin. Picture upplid
Two vulnerable yellow-bellied gliders have been reunited by two South Coast rescue groups after being discovered five days apart in Tomakin. Picture upplid

When WIRES Mid South Coast volunteer Shelley Clarke was called to a Tomakin Road property to rescue a suspected common brushtail possum on October 25, she discovered a much more elusive species.

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Megan McClelland

Megan McClelland is a journalist for Australian Community Media working in the Eurobodalla. Email: megan.mcclelland@austcommunitymedia.com.au Mobile: 0448194726

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