Macedon Ranges Wildlife Network

 
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2013 Statistics

In 2013, Macedon Ranges Wildlife Network volunteers attended a total of 1,598 animals:

  • 1064 Kangaroos
  • 143 Birds (excl ducks)
  • 121 Wallabies
  • 77 Wombats
  • 16 Ducks/waterbirds
  • 32 Koala
  • 70 Possums
  • 25 Echidnas
  • 50 Other species

2012 Statistics

In 2012, Macedon Ranges Wildlife Network volunteers attended a total of 1,118 animals:

  • 813 Kangaroos
  • 85 Birds (excl ducks)
  • 71 Wallabies
  • 46 Wombats
  • 8 Ducks/waterbirds
  • 15 Koala
  • 45 Possums
  • 19 Echidnas
  • 16 Other species

Welcome

Welcome to the Macedon Ranges Wildlife Network website.

We are very fortunate in the Macedon Ranges to live in such a special place amongst spectacular flora and native wildlife.

However, as more people discover the region, the increase in cars and development, together with the ongoing drought, puts increased pressure on the wildlife that lives in the area. 

In May 2007, a group of local wildlife rescuers and carers formed the Macedon Ranges Wildlife Network. Our group is knowledgeable about community wildlife issues and we have a good working relationship with council. We are able to provide individuals and communities within the shire a local point of reference on wildlife issues.

You will find information on our website about our group, about local wildlife species, about upcoming events, and about ways to live harmoniously with our amazing wildlife.

We hope you enjoy your visit to our website.

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2011 Statistics

In 2011, Macedon Ranges Wildlife Network volunteers attended a total of 1,021 animals:

  • 594 Kangaroos
  • 163 Birds (excl ducks)
  • 26 Wallabies
  • 40 Wombats
  • 25 Ducks/waterbirds
  • 36 Koala
  • 74 Possums
  • 22 Echidnas
  • 41 Other species

2010 Statistics

In 2010, Macedon Ranges Wildlife Network volunteers attended a total of 1,179 animals:

  • 895 Kangaroos
  • 141 Birds (excl ducks)
  • 38 Wallabies
  • 27 Wombats
  • 21 Ducks/waterbirds
  • 17 Koala
  • 17 Possums
  • 4 Echidnas
  • 19 Other species