Native mammal rehabilitation

If you find an injured, sick or orphaned native mammal you are not allowed to keep it as a pet.

The NPWS grants licences to specialist wildlife rehabilitation groups, such as FAWNA, throughout the state.

These groups train and assist people to provide optimum care for temporarily disadvantaged native animals and to return them to the wild.

Read the full article at the OEH website

AWRC MELBOURNE 2016

AWRC MELBOURNE 2016

The Victorian Wildlife Council are proud to announce registrations are now open for the Australian Wildlife Rehabilitation Conference to be held at Central Pier, Docklands in Melbourne 1st -4th August, 2016.

This year being a very special year, as it is our 10th conference, since the inaugural conference was held at the University of Victoria in Werribee.

Our committee have been working hard to bring you a diverse programme with an array of exciting speakers and interactive workshops. The latest in research and information in wildlife rehabilitation, an exciting networking evening function, plus trade tables from wildlife artists through to the latest products supporting wildlife care.

The theme for the 10th conference; CONNECTING TO COUNTRY.

Keynote announcement. Committee are very pleased to announce our special keynote speaker Steve Parish!

Early Bird registration closes 11th April, 2016 go to the AWRC Website to book

Put it in your diary!

 

CSG in Gloucester

FAWNA has responded to requests for help from members in the Gloucester area with their advocacy against Coal Seam Gas and the dangers to their environment from potential pollution to the area’s above and below-ground water resources. FAWNA joins our Gloucester area locals in spirit with their great celebration at AGL’s decision to abandon CSG operations in NSW.

Another case of People Power getting results in environment protection and conservation.

Meredith Ryan, FAWNA President and the FAWNA Management Committee