Author(s): Paul Ashford Harris
William was a very clever young wallaby. He could do his six times table, knew his ABC and even knew the names of Australia's longest rivers. He knew what food was good to eat and what food was bad for him, and he knew never to argue with snakes. But William couldn't jump. SUPPORTED BY THE AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE CONSERVANCY. Wallabies in national parks have declined by over 80% in the last 10 years to just a few hundred individuals and their future is precarious ...but there is hope! At Scotia Wildlife Sanctuary in outback NSW, Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC), a non-pro t organisation dedicated to saving Australia's threatened wildlife, has established the largest cat and fox-fee area on mainland Australia. A beautifully illustrated, educational children's book about our Australian wildlife and the importance of environmental protection.
Paul Harris was born in New Zealand and attended Cambridge University before settling in Sydney with his wife and four children. Paul is a wildlife advocate and is passionate about teaching conservation to the next generation.