A visit to Kangala
The Karran family spent weeks searching for and rescuing injured wildlife after the devastating Kangaroo Island bushfires in January.
In all they rescued 148 koalas and dozens of kangaroos, as well as other species such as possums, birds, goannas and echidna.
Now they have started the Kangala Wildlife Centre on their property at Nepean Bay so they can keep caring for injured wildlife.
The work rescuing wildlife began a few days after the major fire on the western end of the Island on January 3, where dad Jarrad was involved as a police officer.
The family of four, made up of mum Lisa, dad Jarrad and children Saskia, 16, and Utah, 13, soon…