WAWRC is a not-for-profit organisation which was established in 2006 to run the National Wildlife Rehabilitation Conference in 2007 with the subsequent aim of acting as a representative and support body for wildlife rehabilitators and wildlife rehabilitation in Western Australia.
HOW TO HELP WILDLIFE AFFECTED BY THE SW FIRES
At times like this money is the most useful thing which can be donated as it allows those involved to buy what's needed according to the prevailing circumstances.
The large fire-area is half-way between Mandurah and Bunbury.
FAWNA (established 1984) - http://www.fawna.com.au is large, well-established wildlife network with members, and depots, throughout the South West of WA. FAWNA’S triage/assessment caravan was located in Harvey where it was staffed by wildlife volunteers from all over the SW of the State.
Once you've made your donation, please email email@example.com so that you can be sent a tax deductible receipt. Direct deposit. FAWNA Inc, ANZ Bank - BSB 016-580, Account No. 186 206 292
MANDURAH WILDLIFE RESCUE (established 2002) - http://www.mandurahwildlife.com.au has a wildlife centre, and an ambulance, located just south of Mandurah.
Once you've made your donation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org so that you can be sent a tax deductible receipt. Direct deposit. Mandurah Wildlife Rescue, Bendigo Bank, BSB 633-000, Account No. 123 283 533
|We are based in Perth with members from all over WA with an elected committee made
up of representatives from around the State.
WAWRC will not duplicate those services already being provided by regional and specialist groups. Rather, WAWRC's role is to support those groups if needed.
WAWRC does not wish to compete with its members for hard-to-come-by funding and will aim for financial independence to support its minimal running costs. In common with our membership, WAWRC is run by volunteers.
As WAWRC continues to develop, its objectives are, nearly seven years on, much more defined as a result of our growing understanding of the role we can play in supporting wildlife rehabilitators. These objectives may, in the future, change again as both WAWRC and wildlife rehabilitation in WA continues to grow and develop.
Currently, our aims are:
If you're in Western Australia and you've found injured wildlife please call the Wildcare Helpline, 6am to 10.30pm daily, on (08) 9474 9055. The wildlife volunteers manning this phone will be able to put you in touch with the registered wildlife rehabilitator nearest to you, wherever you are in Western Australia. If you are not in Western Australia, please contact the agency responsible for wildlife in your State - (See our Links page for information about rehabilitators in other states).
In the meantime please confine the animal safely and keep it warm in a dark, quiet place until you can get it to help. Please do not feed the animal or give it water as this will delay treatment and may compromise the animal's outcome.
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