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Paul Bardsley and Sue Bardsley
October 11, 2015
at 12:37 AM said:
We "house sat" at Nina's Ark in September 2015 when Nina and Mal travelled to Las Vegas to be married.
This sit was the absolutely most wonderful experience we have ever enjoyed. We were totally out of our comfort zone but absolutely loved it. We are coming back! I miss Reggie, the red joey so much but have been enjoying the photos. Bought a 2ft high metal kangaroo to hang on my wall, of course it will be called "Reggie".
As I said, we will be back, probably after the wet, so we can enjoy "green".
Thanks Nina and Mal for the experience of sharing your sanctuary and your magnificent treasured native animals.
Love to you both, and Kaiser, Two Feathers, Reggie, Shaggy, Sawyer, my beloved Thor, the blind boys, Leonardo, Ratty, Ninja and "The mob".
Sue and Paul Bardsley
August 12, 2015
at 9:56 PM said:
Sad again!!! Cold tooooooo in Perth...
3 months which flew so quick!!! So many thanks to you Nina and Mal for supporting me for such a long time again... I won't forget anybody.... Jade, Carmen, Michelle, Gavin... great time!!! Maîîîîîîîtresssssse !!!
Hope I'll find you all in good health and fit next year...
A big hug to all your creatures !!!!
See you soon.
Lots of love XOXOXOXOXO
June 17, 2015
at 10:20 AM said:
Forgot to tell you your Uncle David said I should visit this site and meet his kin to see what great works you were making for your area.Betty
June 17, 2015
at 10:16 AM said:
Thank you for your work in saving all Gods animals you can, may he continue to work though you in this sanctuary
. Your life's work is important to the area and through it you will touch many lives. This love you have in your heart may be the only touch of love many animals have. May God bless you along with your work. Betty
June 10, 2015
at 7:20 PM said:
Met uncle David at church. Wonderful life mission u have. Enjoyed Picts and stories. Praying for u in Alabama.
September 2, 2014
at 4:55 AM said:
Back to Switzerland.... Sad!!!!
I again had, for the 5th year, such a great time at Nina's Ark...
I'll never forget all my friends: MC, Benny, Snake Bite girl, Sam, Pikelet, the sugar gliders, Kaiser, 2 Feathers and... of course.... Nina!!!!
We had so much lough, some bad moments too with the f.... fire... Thanks to Jack!!!!
I am not going to forget Mal too...
I'll go to the doctor and be well and fit for next year!!!
Lots of Love.
Uncle David USA
January 14, 2012
at 4:10 PM said:
Hey down under dont have email address yet but have a comp know will get back with u later.
August 27, 2011
at 3:32 AM said:
Long time ago, but still remember. I´ve just had a look at my old pictures from 2002. Matilda, Bugsy, Sticky Ears,... It was a great time at yours and I always love to remember the animals and the good time with you :o) Nina, you and Mal you´re obviously still doing a good job! And I hope to visit you again some time! :o) Katja from Germany, Berlin
June 26, 2011
at 2:44 AM said:
I had the great pleasure to spend 3 weeks in the Ark, Nina is just fabulous and the joeys and their friends so interresting. It was such a great experience,I grew up a little bit and just hope to come back this year...
April 12, 2011
at 5:46 AM said:
I had the plesure to stay with Nina in 2008 for almost three weeks. Remembering my lovely stay at the Ark, I just recommended you to another student from my university. I hope she makes it to your beautiful refuge centre.
January 21, 2011
at 8:45 PM said:
They are so cute thanks for helping them. I am watching a Nightline story about the Rooos.
September 4, 2010
at 11:30 PM said:
Its really great that someone will take time out to look after animals who have been sick or injured or lost their mothers...whatever!
Its awesome to see this.A big thank you to people who care about Australias wild life.
July 4, 2010
at 4:00 PM said:
i think that the hard work and effort you do to save these animals is fantastic it must be so rewarding to see animals back to thier full health and back to the wild when im older i would love to be involved
April 20, 2010
at 2:35 PM said:
Hey, this looks great. do you have students do work experience during year 10 come out and stay with you?
December 1, 2009
at 6:07 PM said:
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