Hundreds of native animals need your help during this horrific time.
The Rescue Collective is urging people across the country to help the hundreds of animals who are pouring in – injured, dehydrated and suffering from smoke inhalation.
Rescue organisations and wildlife hospitals simply cannot keep up, and need your help to support the carers and animals going through this traumatic moment in history.
– Wombaroo Formulas (All Species)
– Good quality Bird Food
– Macropod Pellets
– Wombaroo Impact
– Vetafarm Spark Liquid & Critta Care
– Lectade Oral Hydration
– Syringes & Saline
– Feeding Bottles & Teats
– General Medical Supplies
– Baby Wipes (great for baby wildlife!)
– Paw Paw Ointment
– Sorbolene & Pure Vitamin E Cream
– Bat Wraps & Pouches
Drop Off Locations:
– Mount Gravatt (HQ & Postal Address)
– Alexandra Hills
– Redbank Plains
– Everton Park
– Coffs Harbour
The Port Macquarie Koala Hospital is also in need of desperate assistance in raising money to purchase and distribute automatic drinking stations which will assist in helping koala and wildlife survival.
Money raised will be used to distribute the drinking stations in the fire affected region. If enough money is raised, it will distribute to other significant koala habitat areas across the State.
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Introducing LINR Paul. He is the first koala admitted from Lake Innes Nature Reserve after the fire. Paul's fur is singed and his feet and hands are burnt. Here he is receiving some fluids from our dedicated volunteers. Our qualified search and rescue volunteer teams are working closely with Fire and Rescue, Rural Fire Service, Port Macquarie-Hastings Council and National Parks and Wildlife Service to collect burnt or injured koalas and other fauna for treatment and care.
Call their 24 hour rescue hotline on 6584 1522 if you see a sick or injured koala.
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