About The Book

Carers play an important role in looking after our native wildlife. Professional and volunteer carers take care of sick, injured or orphaned animals, raising them back to health and maturity before releasing them into the wild. This was especially true for Frankie the galah and Teddy the wombat. Welcome to the fascinating, heartbreaking and rewarding world of wildlife carers!

About The Author

Angela was born in England and gained a degree in Art, Design & Media from Portsmouth University. She went on to work in numerous photography-based jobs for over 15 years before moving to Australia, where she fell in love with the native flowers, plants and animals, but especially in love with the birds. She trained as a wildlife rescuer and carer for Sydney WIRES, and specialises in the care and rehabilitation of birds. This has given her a unique opportunity to gain their trust and create intimate portraits, revealing perspectives that are rarely explored. Angela has won numerous awards, been published and held various exhibitions. She shares her home with a cockatoo named Casper & two crazy galahs, all of which are rescue birds.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Wild Dog (November 1, 2018)
  • Length: 32 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781742034300

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