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Caring for Injured Wildlife

Caring for Injured Wildlife

When your find injured wildlife on the street, what do you do? Whose responsibility for this animal? Should this animal be released?

Read this article to find out what is the best step to take when you find injured wildlife!

Going Batty

Like many people, you are probably not that keen on flying-foxes. They’re the inspiration for vampire movies, they can be smelly, noisy and messy. Despite this reputation, they are actually very clean, social, intelligent animals and are absolutely vital for the health of our forests.

Orange-bellied Parrots

The Orange-bellied Parrot is one of Australia’s most endangered bird species with a population of less than 200 remaining in the wild. Threats to this species include feral cats and foxes, habitat destruction and environmental factors such as the absence of fire.

The Helmeted Honey Eater

The critically endangered Helmeted Honeyeater, Victoria’s bird emblem, was once found from Healesville to South Gippsland.

"Chubb! Where Did This Bat Come From?"

A delightful story from a wildlife carer from ONARR which is a non-profit organization involved in the rescue, raising, rehabilitation, release of orphaned Australian native wildlife, education of the public and only made possible by 200 enthusiastic and committed volunteers in the South East Queensland area of Australia.

Meet Libby Hall - Unit Supervisor of The Taronga Zoo Wildlife Clinic

The Wildlife Clinic at Taronga Zoo provide a crucial service to the community by accepting, treating and rehabilitating injured, sick and orphaned native wildlife.

Pelican Botox

For anyone considering a Botox injection to relax the wrinkles on your face for that elusive fountain of youth then just consider what you are really taking. Botox injections are a very low dose of botulism toxin that will cause muscle relaxation and thus relax those wrinkles. However in its pure form the botulism toxin can be devastating in the wild and can be commonly associated with the death of waterbirds....

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