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Moonlit Wildlife Sanctuary

Australian native animals are some of the most unique in the world, you can’t look past the powerful kangaroo or the unique emu. On this episode of The Eco Show we learn about a lesser known but equally as magnificent Australian native – the orange bellied parrot. Orange-bellied Parrots are one of only three migratory parrots in the world and currently classified as Critically Endangered. Moonlit Wildlife Sanctuary is dedicated to the recovery of these birds. Join Bridie Shepherd as she visits the Moonlit Wildlife Sanctuary for the very last episode of this season.

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