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Issue 1 Wildlife Rescue Magazine

Issue 1 Wildlife Rescue Magazine

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Published by Andrea Devos
Do you love Australian animals and birds? You will love this first ever issue of this magazine - dedicated to wildlife rescue. Read an interesting article on the Brown and Eastern Barred Bandicoot, read success stories on the magpie, penguin and the possum. Enjoy amazing photography of the tasmanian devil and so much more.
Do you love Australian animals and birds? You will love this first ever issue of this magazine - dedicated to wildlife rescue. Read an interesting article on the Brown and Eastern Barred Bandicoot, read success stories on the magpie, penguin and the possum. Enjoy amazing photography of the tasmanian devil and so much more.

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Published by: Andrea Devos on May 31, 2013
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 Tas Wildlife Rescue Magazine
December 2011 v1n1
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Send in your  story and  receive a free
 Tas Wildlife Rescue Magazine
December 2011 v1n1Page 2
Publisher’s words
 Andrea Devos
HE first issue of any magazine isexciting but for mebeing the proudpublisher of now three different magazines over my lifetime this one feels the most fulfilling. Meet my lovely husbandStephan Devos who is my support and without him this magazine could neverhave been produced.Being able to produce an onlinemagazine cuts the overheads so muchthat we are in a position to be able tooffer a lot of free space to ourdedicated wildlife carers. This space isbeing offered to wildlife carers and wildlife parks so they can sell productsto fund their own wildlife caringneeds. We invite all wildlife carers & wildlife parks to contact us by email todiscuss how we can help you. Any business who wishes toadvertise in this great magazine can doso, a large portion of this advertisingmoney will go towards buying thespecial milk products our wildlifecarers need to look after their animals. We hope to ease the financialstrain on our wildlife carers as they get no government support or backing.It is my personal endeavour tohelp find and purchase (if necessary)humidicribs for dedicated wildlifecarers (must have 5 years or moreexperience as a dedicated wildlifecarer) who have not been able toafford one before so it can ease their workload, as the roadkill on the roadsare increasing year by year. Pleasecontact me if you are interested inreceiving one of these humidicribs. We are increasingly in need of safe places to release animals back intothe wildlife – if you have property that  you know will not be used for shootingand the animals can roam freely weinvite you to contact us and register your address so the information canbe passed on.Can you offer a monetary support for the continued survival of our wildlife – if so please go to our website for more information – even$1 will help.
Tas Wildlife RescuePublisher/Advertising0413 587 613Emailinfo@taswildliferescue.com.auWebsitewww.wildliferescuemagazine.com.auTas Wildlife Rescue magazine is published six times per year.
Tas Wildlife RescueTelephone:0413 587 613Website:www.wildliferescuemagazine.com.au
 Andrea Devos
 Artizen Image Design, Brisbane, Queensland
Tas Wildlife RescueTelephone:0413 587 613Website:www.wildliferescuemagazine.com.au
© 2011 The materials in this publication constitute Tas Wildlife Rescuecopyright. Unless otherwise indicated, you MAY download the full magazine,store in cache, distribute, display, print and reproduce materials from thismagazine in an unaltered form only (retaining this notice and any headersand footers that appear with the original materials) for your personal, non-commercial use or use within your organisation. No part of this publicationmay be reproduced or reprinted in any form or by any means for CommercialUse without the prior written permission of the publisher. Copyright Act 1968©Tas Wildlife Rescue 2011If you have questions about the use of this magazine or would like to applyfor permission to use articles from this magazine for commercial use, pleasecontact: info@taswildliferescue.com.au The intellectual rights in all new material vests in the author or creator of suchmaterial. Apart from any use permitted under the Copyright Act, no part of this publication may be reproduced by any process, or any exclusive rightexercised, without the written permission of Tas Wildlife Rescue. Authors warrant that they are the owner of all intellectual property rightsrelating to all material supplied by them, their officers, servants and agentsto Tas Wildlife Rescue. Authors hereby indemnify Tas Wildlife Rescue in respect of all actions,proceedings, claims and demands made against Tas Wildlife Rescue by anyperson arising from the use by Tas Wildlife Rescue of any material submittedto Tas Wildlife Rescue by the authors, their officers, servants and agents forpublication in Tas Wildlife Rescue. The articles represent the view of the authors and the editorial represents theview of the editor.Other opinions expressed in this journal are not necessarily those of the Editoror Tas Wildlife Rescue.Please note that the material presented in this ezine has been prepared forthe general information of the reader and should not be used or relied uponfor specific applications without first securing competent advice. Tas WildlifeRescue, its members, authors, staff and consultants, do not represent orwarrant its suitability for any general or specific use and assume noresponsibility of any kind in connection with the information here in.WARRANTY & INDEMNITY – Authors, advertisers and/or advertisingagencies upon and by lodging material with the Publisher for publication orauthorising or approving of the publication of any material INDEMNIFY thePublisher, its servants and agents, against all liability claims or proceedingswhatsoever arising from the publication and without limiting the generality of the foregoing to indemnify each of them in relation to defamation, slander of title, breach of copyright, infringement of trademarks or names of publicationtitles, unfair competition or trade practices, royalties or violation of right toprivacy AND WARRANTY that the material complies with all relevant lawsand regulations and that its publication will not give rise to any rights againstor liabilities in the Publisher, its servants or agents and in particular thatnothing therein is capable of being misleading or deceptive or otherwise inbreach of Part V of the Trade Practices Act 1974. ADVERTISING CONDITIONS - See advertising rates available atwww.wildliferescuemagazine.com.au
Rescued! is published in soft back format, with a collectionof 42 true stories about the work of wildlife rehabilitators.
 Tas Wildlife Rescue magazine has 10 copies of this book for sale at a cost of $19.95, with a donation of $10 from the sale of each book going towardswildlife milk supplements/teats etc for wildlife carers.
To win a free copy of this book 
just email in your own wildlife rescue storycomplete with pictures to: tas.wildlife.rescue@gmail.com
Why do we care?
 Andrea Devos
HEN youtell peoplethat youare a wildlife carer the vast majority of them will say –WOW Ihave always wanted todo that...So much joy is achieved inbringing up a tiny little creature who issolely dependent on you waking upthrough the night sometimes on anhourly basis to give it it’s precious few drops of milk, to help it move it’sbowel and to provide the correct amount of warmth it so rightly needs.Naming your lovely little animal isalso a joy as you would with a newbornbaby. But not always things go right and I think I have shed so many tearsthan any of the years past –becausethis was the year I moved to Tasmaniaand saw the amount of beautifulroadkill on the Tasmanian roads.So shocked was I, that nearly every night I would grab my enthusiastic daughter and go out after9.30pm and remove the road kill off the roads to try to protect the quolls,tassie devils, owls and beautiful wedgetail eagles who feasted on theroad kill. Many times we found babies inthe pouch, or beside the pouch wouldbe sitting a scared little baby and many times we would be too late for them.So became the idea of bringingout a wildlife magazine –totally free tothe public to download and besupportive to many organisations whoare also trying to get the word out tothe public. We aim on having a positivemagazine with stories of wildlife andhow to care for our wildlife themoney raised will go towards buyingproducts for our hard working wildlifecarers who are so dedicated and spendtheir lifetime looking after thesebeautiful babies.Products such as Wombaroo’sIMPACT and Di-Vetelact and many other needed items will be bought anddistributed to our wildlife carers.Please email me if you would like to goon the list to receive aid for your wildlife animals. Are you able to make muchneeded pouches for our wildlifecarers? If so please email us and wecan give you instructions on designs(they are very simple and most times just means getting some cotton fabricand sewing up three sides.)Do you have any material layingaround that could aid in makingenclosures or avairies that you candonate for our wildlife carers –regardless of what state you are inthroughout Australia –we can alwaysfind needy wildlife carers who wouldbe very appreciative to receive thistype of help. Are you able to help in amonetary way please contact us and we will direct your funds toorganisations or wildlife carers whoare most in need. We offer free advertising to all wildlife carers who would like to sellitems to raise money for their wildlifecaring –please contact us for moreinformation. Are you a photographer whocould offer a framed print or do youhave a product you could donate forprizes for our lovely readers –pleasecontact us.Email us direct at andrea@taswildliferescue.com.au
 Tas Wildlife Rescue Magazine
December 2011 v1n1Page 3
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