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Rescuing and caring
for injured, sick
and orphaned wildlife
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Ginny Parisot Rescuing and caring
for injured, sick
and orphaned wildlife
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Our native wildlife is struggling – find out how you can help them survive and thrive.

The Problem

As our population grows and land clearing for development is increasing, wildlife are losing their homes and their safe havens in the bush. Wildlife face many threats including loss of habitat, vehicle strikes, attacks by domestic animals, disease, and the ever increasing impacts of drought and climate change. In our region, there are limited resources available to treat and care for native wildlife, other than volunteer based community groups like ANARRA Wildlife Rescue.
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The Solution

As a society, we need to be much more mindful of how our lives are impacting on native wildlife. Imagine Australia with no koalas, no kangaroos, no flying foxes or gliders, less and less diversity in our bird species, no insects for wildlife to feed on, dried up creeks with no aquatic life, barren paddocks where no grass grows. Many people move to our region because we have such wonderful biodiversity and so many native animals. In this regard, everyone has a role to play, with community groups like ANARRA at the forefront of ensuring as many of our native species as possible can be saved from the threats they face.
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Ongoing threat

Wildlife deaths due to tree-clearing

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Over 2.1 million mammals, including 342,000 possums and gliders, 29,000 bandicoots and 19,000 koalas.
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8.5 million birds, such as cockatoos, treecreepers, thornbills, robins and flycatchers.
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89 million reptiles, such as snakes, goannas, dragons, skinks and geckos.

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You can make a difference

Rescuing and caring for wildlife is costly and ongoing. ANARRA employs no staff. All our members volunteer their time and resources to rescuing and caring for wildlife. Your donation will contribute to the costs of food, rescue and rehabilitation equipment and medical supplies and is greatly appreciated.

Please, send your donation to
ANARRA Public Fund – BSB 064416  – Account number 10596693

Include your name as the reference and email anarrawildlife@gmail.com if you would like a receipt for tax deduction.

Become an active member

You'd like to do more?

ANARRA is always seeking new members to rescue and care for wildlife. Workshops are held throughout the year to educate those who wish to support the work we do.
The Orientation and Primary Care of Wildlife workshops are the first essential step towards becoming a wildlife rescuer or carer.

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News & Events

19April-MacropodWorkshop
19th April 2020 – Advanced Macropod workshop
ANARRA Wildlife Rescue is hosting a workshop for members to learn about successfully hand rearing macropod joeys On the 19th of April 2020, 9.30am to 4.00pm,  Wildlife Vet Dr Robyn Stenner will share…
18April-BirdsWorkshop
18th April 2020 – Rescuing and Caring for Birds
ANARRA Wildlife Rescue is hosting a workshop for members to learn about rescuing and caring for birds. On the 18th of April 2020, 9.30am to 4.00pm,  Wildlife Vet Dr Robyn Stenner will share…
What to do if you find an injured native animal or bird?
What to do if you find an injured native animal or bird? Basic rescue information to assist injured native animals. Firstly, remember the animal may be in shock, or in pain. Approach the…
Wildlife Matters – ANARRA November 2020
Wildlife Matters – ANARRA November 2020 Looking out over the verandah onto my small acreage on the outskirts of Gympie, I am lucky to see three different types of macropods – the solitary…

Have You found an injured native animal?

Each species is different and might need specific way to be rescued. If you are not trained, please do not touch the animal and contact us directly by phone or email. You can find all ways to contact us in our contacts section.

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07 5484 9111

email us

anarrawildlife@gmail.com

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You Can Make The Difference

Being human doesn’t just mean to care for other human beings. Animals need our love and support too because we can control the abuse and animal slaughter. Each donation gives us a chance to help wildlife with food, water, treatments…

Send your donation to
ANARRA Inc
BSB 064416
Account number 10499359
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You Can Make The Difference

Being human doesn’t just mean to care for other human beings. Animals need our love and support too because we can control the abuse and animal slaughter. Each donation gives us a chance to help wildlife with food, water, treatments…

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