Learn how to best provide water for wildlife suffering through drought and bushfires

Julia Driscoll
Updated November 17 2023 - 8:45am, first published November 15 2023 - 7:00pm
A red-necked wallaby and a water dragon share a drinking station. Picture MidCoast Council.
A red-necked wallaby and a water dragon share a drinking station. Picture MidCoast Council.

During the drought, it's not just vegetation, crops and stock who suffer. So does our native wildlife.

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Julia Driscoll

Julia Driscoll

Journalist

Julia Driscoll has worked as a journalist for the Wingham Chronicle and Manning River Times since 2014. She values the deep connection with community that being a rural and regional journalist brings.

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