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WIRES Wildlife Rescue App PDF Print E-mail

You can now download WIRES free Rescue App to most smart phones and tablets to get instant mobile access to wildlife advice and rescue assistance from WIRES Rescue Team 7 days a week. Go to the Apple Store or Google Play Store to access.

WIRES Rescue App provides a quick and easy way to find out how you can help sick, injured and orphaned wildlife. You can report a rescue directly from the app and access some of the most important information you need to know if you find native animals in distress. 

WIRES Wildlife Rescue App


Key features of the free WIRES Wildlife Rescue App:

      • Report a rescue & get wildlife rescue advice and assistance 365 days a year
      • Find a vet
      • Access wildlife rescue information for common species
      • Register for rescue story updates or register your interest in volunteering
      • Be part of a community of thousands of supporters
      • Make secure credit card donations to make a difference for wildlife and  receive instant receipts delivered to your device
      • Notify friends about your support through Facebook and Twitter
 
  
 

For iphone or ipad download the WIRES Wildlife Rescue App at the App Store.

For android phone or tablet download the WIRES Wildlife Rescue App at Google Play.

 
Volunteer to help wildlife PDF Print E-mail

WIRES needs caring people to help native wildlife. Courses are coming up in Dubbo, Coffs Habour, Batemans Bay, Balmain, Lismore and Bega.

Most of our training courses are run in the autumn and winter months.

Training courses run for two days and you must attend both days of the course. It is always best to attend a course in your local area if possible.

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Donate today to helpAre You Ready to Rescue?

We Urgently Need Your Help to Make a Bigger Difference for Wildlife.

WIRES have been serving wildlife and the community for almost 30 years and we are witnessing a dramatic, ongoing increase in wildlife rescues.

From 12,451 rescues in 2004 to over 68,000 rescue calls in 2013, WIRES have experienced a 446 percent increase in annual rescue calls!

More and more animals need help.  With your help we can make that happen. Please give now to help wildlife.

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Pouches for wildlife Print E-mail

Joey in knitted pouch with linerEvery day  WIRES volunteers are taking orphaned young marsupials into care. Youngsters like the swamp wallaby joey (pictured), wombat, glider, bandicoot, ringtail and brushtail possum joeys and many others.

These young animals need a safe and warm environment that is as similar as possible to their mothers pouch where they would normally be if they were not in care.

Each joey in care therefore needs a pouch. There are two kinds of pouches, one inner liner of cotton and an outer pouch made of wool.

See a clip featured on Sunrise about how the pouches are used by our volunteers 

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