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Hotline 0475 288 301

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Links to our ‘Support Network’

of Wildlife Groups.

 

OzArk Wildlife Carer Network
Australian Wildlife Supplies
Queensland Wildlife Rehabilitation Council
Lynda Staker | Macropod Expert

Our network goes beyond Central Queensland as we regularly communicate with other carer groups and people with a lifetime of experience raising our native fauna.

TIPS TO HELP INJURED WILDLIFE

If you find an injured animal please handle with care. Follow the steps outlined below, and prior to handling the injured animal.

Wild animals become stressed

If you find an injured animal please contact our Hotline. Keep it warm, wrap it in a shirt or towel.

Koala Poles

Do not provide a climbing pole for a koala.
Always approach from the rear of the animal.

Treatment

Do not give water, any liquid or food, until the animal has been examined by a vet to determine injuries, prior to hydrating.

Check for Dead Animals

Check dead animals – they may have surviving young with them (eg in the pouch), or nearby. If the young animal is in the pouch or attached to a nipple, remove the nipple on the mothers side to protect the baby’s mouth.

Minimise exposure to injured Animal

Minimise exposure to people and loud noises. Contact our Hotline for the closest wildlife carer.

CONTACT OUR HOTLINE

Call our Hotline to let us know where you are and what you have. We can provide quick advice over the phone.

Hotline 0475 288 301

CENTRAL HIGHLANDS WILDLIFE CARERS

 

We value your help

Our friends at 4T Consultants in Emerald have set up a ‘GoFundMe’ campaign to help raise money to support our volunteers. You can click on the ‘Active Link’ – Go Fund Me [above] to view the campaign and make a donation.

Every dollar counts so please feel free to donate any amount that is comfortable for you. We are grateful for the support of 4t and our community. All funds are received to our bank account and then distributed to our valued volunteers.

A Long Journey

” A very big thank you to Paul who drove all the way from Birdsville to Clermont because he could not find a wildlife carer. He called into the Longreach Vets and Jess told him about us.

Juvenile Kingfisher will stay in care until ready for release. People like Paul make this world a better place”.

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