wildlife carers

forest cuties saved from the fires

Baby Ringtail Possums

The recent fires in Victoria have been catastrophic for many communities. My heart goes out to all those who have experienced loss. Yesterday it finally rained! Here are some forest cuties who are currently being looked after by local wildlife carer, Annie - she is just one of the hundreds of volunteers who give their time and love to orphaned animals before they can return to the wild.

Can you see the huge difference between the Brushtail Possum and the Ringtail Possum? I think the baby Brushtails look so much like kangaroo joeys. Annie, told us they are also completely different creatures in personality and behaviour. Thank you to all of the FIre crews and volunteers who have helped so many in the last 3 weeks.

If you can donate, we support the amazing Colleen Wood and her volunteers at Southern Ash Wildlife Shelter - you can sponsor you very own koala until they are well enough to return to the forest.

possum smooches x
Baby Brushtail Possum 

Love to the Wildlife Carers

Yesterday I ran into Annie, a beautiful local wildlife carer here in Sherbrooke Forest and she has 2 orphaned Ringtail Possums in her pouch. There are so many amazing volunteers who give their time and love to these creatures. It is a real labour of love - I never see Anne without a wee creature peeking out of her hair, her bag. She has endless patience. For everyone out there who helps in their own way thank you for your love.

When we had this encounter I had just been spending time with my dear sister Rainbowalker dreaming up a circle to began teaching and sharing wisdom about death and dying.  Rainbowalker is not only and intuitive healer but an incredible palliative care nurse. We are both passionate about clearing fear around death and also giving practical and real advice about preparing sacred space at this threshold and how to prepare the physical body for the Great Journey. To meet these wee treasures felt like a blessing on this new dream.