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MSC WIRES Says Thank You Batemans Bay High School

Last summer's bushfire devastated our wildlife and many of those that survived lost their tree hollow homes. Shane O'Keefe of MSC WIRES told The Beagle "Our gliders, possums, parrots and bats all need hollows for breeding and homes. This is when Batemans Bay High School teachers offered to help by building nest boxes for our local MSC WIRES branch with their students.

"With funding from WIRES the students have already made brush tail possum, feathertail and sugar glider boxes for us and are now onto building bat boxes. Every species has different housing requirements.

"MSC WIRES would also like to thank our local community for their kind donations which enabled our branch to fund this project, and to rescue and care for our wildlife in need", Shane said.

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