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The Wild Ones-bookcover

By: Erin Redfern

The Wild Ones

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The stars of this book live all around you. You may not have noticed that cockatoo in your clothesline and realised he has a brilliant military mind. He may be plotting right now how to steal your lunch. And that cute, cuddly-looking possum – he would rather bite your hand than enjoy a tasty treat from you. Watch out! You may not have realised that those magpies in your garden are telling their kids all about you and your family. They know who is good for a feed and who is a dangerous baby magpie killer. Or at least they think they do. They have probably trained your dog and frightened your cat. There are so many characters out there living wild and uncivilised lives, having romances and adventures, teaching their young and protecting them, hiding from you or maybe even trying to make friends with you. Open up this book for a little inside view into their world.


Erin Redfern was born in Ipswich, Queensland and spent most of her school years reading under the desk and decorating her exercise books. She entered the Public Service in 1978 working in customer service centres in Sydney (where she met her husband). They later moved to Canberra, enjoying diverse management careers and raising a daughter and son in the beautiful ‘bush capital’.

At eight years of age, Erin’s daughter, Lani, became a junior wildlife carer with Erin supporting by doing all the scary, dangerous jobs. Out of this grew her love and fascination for the wild ones of our world.

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