Launceston Wildlife Retreat WildlifeVideo Cameras with Tassie Bushland Friends

These video cameras with infrared lights have been placed discreetly in the garden to capture the wildlife antics at night.   This footage is streamed live onto the guests TV in their lounge allowing them to see what gets up when the sun goes down in Australia.  Brush tail possums, potoroos, wallabies, bandicoots and the protected Southern Brown Bandicoot are just a few of the visiting wildlife.

Tasmanian wildlife dining on Launceston Wildlife Retreat gardens.

Video links showing wildlife.  (Click on buttons)

The Launceston Wildlife Retreat's back garden gate is left open for the wildlife to come and go freely from the reserve between the river and the retreat. With more houses being built in the area the wildlife search for food. The retreat is now listed as a Garden for Wildlife and welcomes them all providing grass, carrots and pellets in a safe environment.

                                 Jane is a wildlife rescuer and keeps an eye on the visiting wildlife at the retreat

 

Launceston Wildlife Retreat - Wildlife Cameras

These video cameras with infrared lights have been placed discreetly in the garden to capture the wildlife antics at night. This footage is streamed live onto the guests TV in their lounge allowing them to see what gets up when the sun goes down in Australia.
Brush tail possums, potoroos, wallabies, bandicoots and the protected Southern Brown Bandicoot are just a few of the visiting wildlife of a night. Steps and lawn videos are uploaded regularly so guests friends and family can see what they are experiencing during their stay.

 

YouTube videos of the retreats back yard wildlife are uploaded and distributed around the world

The retreats visting wildlife gather of an evening to share pellets and carrots on the stone steps.

Wildlife first gather under the low bush and then come out to find some goodies to eat.

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