Native Wildlife in Distress?

 

Please call 13 000 94535 or click through here to log a case directly. Our service responds to all sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife enquiries.

 

We want to assist every caller and don’t want any animal to suffer but sometimes we are overwhelmed by the number of callers and cannot get to everyone. If you are unable to get through on the phone it’s because we are busy tending to other urgent calls but please know we will answer your call as soon as we can. 

 

Alternatively you can log a case directly by clicking hereOnline cases are queued alongside calls and are dealt with equal priority by our service.

 

Obviously our service needs to prioritise the types of incidents reported but we will respond to all situations.

 

Thank you for caring enough about our wildlife to contact us.

 

Did You Know?

 

  • We receive an average of 180 calls per day, 7 days a week for wildlife needing our help;
  • We are NOT a Government Department and we do not receive government funding;
  • We are supported by an unbelievable team of VOLUNTEERS who rescue, transport, treat, care and release wildlife;
  • We are a CHARITY surviving on the generosity of our DONORS;
  • We currently DO NOT receive any CORPORATE sponsorship or assistance;
  • With our current level of resources our service is manned from 7am to 8pm, 7 days a week, at 8pm the service switches to a volunteer if available, if not, you can listen to a comprehensive list of alternate suggestions.
  • If you would like to help us please click here 

 

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