Road to Recovery by Sam Wortelhock
Banjo was a bushfire baby. He wasn't injured. He lost his mum. Banjo was rescued by another wallaby, Swampie!.
- Prints on 320gsm fine art paper with archival inks
- This fine art print is ready to frame - arrives unframed
- Printed on A3 or A2 exquisite paper
- A3 prints can easily be framed in an A3 frame or A2 frame with mount board
- A2 prints can fit easily into an A2 frame or A1 frame with mount board
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Beautiful Words by Trish Mathers Wildlife Carer
"Walking home from the supermarket one day back in 2000, a Galah dropped at our feet. As we could find no Wildlife Carer to take him, we applied and became carers. Well it sort of became a passion and together with my husband, we have cared for over 5,000 native animals. On a pension, with no funding, many meals we have gone without so the Wildlife get the best of care. Sleep is something you dream of. Wildlife caring is an exponential learning curve. Any and all help is very gratefully accepted. Educating others is paramount. My name is Trish Mathers".
Road to Recovery Original
"Swampie in the front. Banjo into mischief playing on the road. The Road to Recovery".