Belinda Sanders from ABC Southern Queensland Radio and Sandy & Donna from Queensland Murray Darling Committee visited us at Jarowair to learn more about our positive experiences with the Land for Wildlife program over the years. Our resident butcherbird "Bentley" stole the show and soon had himself in front of the camera! Belinda interviewed me about my work as a volunteer wildlife carer and rescuer and this was then broadcasted on her morning show on the ABC radio later in the week. Apart from Bentley, we were able to show the ladies two Tawny Frogmouths resting in an ironbark tree near the house, who also posed beautifully.
It was really nice for us to be able to showcase some of our hard work over the last 10 years here and we are very proud of our iconic green Land for Wildlife sign at the front of our property.
J & B
|Tawny Frogmouths at Jarowair (Photo thanks to QMDC)|
|Bentley the Butcherbird (Photo thanks to QMDC)|
|Judi feeding Bentley some mealworms as a treat (Photo thanks to QMDC)|