Q fever and wildlife — Everything you need to know’ Last Thursday there was a webinar called ‘Q fever and wildlife: Everything you need to...Read More
For Australian Wildlife Needing Aid
In the 12 months ending 01/07/2020, FAWNA's wildlife callouts consisted of
Aims of FAWNA
- To rehabilitate native wildlife for return to their natural environment
- To relocate native wildlife which is under threat or causing distress to the public into its natural habitat
- To train volunteer members to carry out rescue and the care of native wildlife
- To alleviate suffering of injured, sick or orphaned wildlife
- To encourage protection of native wildlife and their environment
FAWNA has a 24/7 hotline
FAWNA PROVIDES A 24HR HOTLINE TO HELP ORPHANED, SICK AND INJURED NATIVE WILDLIFE IN OUR REGION.
PLEASE NOTE: FAWNA cannot take requests for help for our wildlife via our website or via social media as they are only checked every couple of days and we want to get assistance for our wildlife ASAP.
If you see a sick or injured native animal that needs assistance call our 24 hr hotline on the number below.Call our Rescue line on 0265 814141
FAWNA is a registered charity
FAWNA is a registered charity organisation and have been been endorsed by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). If you donate $2 or more to FAWNA you are able to claim a tax deduction.
If you wish to make a donation of supplies or goods to FAWNA please contact us via our contact form.Learn more about donating to FAWNA
- Rescue & Immediate Care Training – 4 July 2021 - July 4, 2021 - Johns River
- Rescue & Immediate Care Training – 25 July 2021 - July 25, 2021 - Johns River
- Macropod Rescue & Rehabilitation Training – 8 August 2021 - August 8, 2021 - Johns River
- Possum & Glider Rescue & Rehabilitation Training – 19 Sept 2021 - September 19, 2021 - Johns River
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Did you know last reporting year, the 12 months ending 01/07/2020 FAWNA HAD
DPIE NPWS Wildlife Webinar Series Q fever and wildlife.
In this webinar, Katrina Bosward and Karen Mathews from the University of Sydney will discuss the results from a recently published study investigating Q fever in Australian Wildlife Rehabilitators. They will provide an insight into Q fever, including Q fever in humans, coxiellosis in animals, wildl...
Wildlife rehabilitatior enclosure & equipment grants program for 2021-2022 | NSW Wildlife Council - "Achieving optimal outcomes for Australian wildlife"
In announcing the 2021 Rehabilitator Enclosure and Equipment Grants, Audrey Koosmen, New South Wales Wildlife Council Chair, says “a few benefits that have come from the bushfires and cost savings from COVID lock down are that the Council has been able to double its budget for 2021 grants for wild...