Rescued wombat from Fitzroy Falls a reminder to watch out on winter evenings and mornings

Briannah Devlin
Updated May 28 2021 - 2:47pm, first published May 27 2021 - 2:30pm
Kerstin Schweth said Redgie has been doing well. Photo: supplied.
Kerstin Schweth said Redgie has been doing well. Photo: supplied.

As winter closes in, darker mornings and evenings are leading to an increase in unhappy collisions between cars and wildlife.

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Briannah Devlin

Briannah Devlin

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I like to write about arts, entertainment, any local reality tv leads, and property for the Southern Highland News and Goulburn Post, but also report on everything in between. If you have any tips, please send them to Briannah.Devlin@austcommunitymedia.com.au, or call 0439142204.

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