Part one of three from this full length television programme.
Part two of three from this full length television programme.
Part three of three from this full length television programme.
A chevron skink bite means a skink in the hand, and that's all good.– Ranger Keri Neilson does a cost/benefit analysis of a skink bite
It's like I've won Lotto every time I find one!– Ranger Keri Neilson on the challenge of tracking skinks
It's nylon too, it'll be here forever. It'll slowly break up, go out, come back. It's a time bomb...really sad.– Ranger Al Hutt, on an abandoned fishing net found on the beach
Here we are folks: another day on the water. I wish I had an office job! Ha!– Ranger Al Hutt
It feels a little bit like letting a pet go, but I know she's going to have a good home here.– Young Rory, releasing a chevron skink that he rescued
You put a lot of time and effort into it, and when a chick dies...a motorbike runs through a nest of eggs ... it's pretty gutting.– Ranger Steve Sawyer