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Look out for wildlife during wild weather

Thursday, March 30, 2017

As the storms continue to lash southern Queensland and the rain moves into northern NSW today we are expecting to receive more calls to assist animals in need.  read more

Little puggle in trouble

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Little puggle in troubleHi, my name is Cluney. I’m an Echidna puggle and thanks to WIRES, I was rescued just in the nick of time. But I’ll let them tell you the story…

Cluney was named after the area where he was found wandering near a main road, disorientated and dehydrated, in the northern rivers town of Clunes in New South Wales.  read more

Australia's only true fishing bat

Wednesday, March 08, 2017

Andrew from Bobbin Head Marina, called WIRES when he found a tiny microbat on the ground. He put it in a shoebox with some t-shirt material to hang from. WIRES volunteer, Sara went to pick up the pup the next morning and quickly realised that it was very young indeed. The tiny male microbat weighed just 3g, had no fur, and his eyes were only partially open. He was cold and very dehydrated.

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World Wildlife Day - 3 March

Friday, March 03, 2017

Spare a thought for the future of Australia’s native animals on World Wildlife Day

Take a moment on 3 March to consider how much they love our unique animals and wild places. Today we are calling on everyone to recognise that 'Caring takes Courage' and “If we care about Australia’s wildlife then it’s vital we all work together to protect not just the animals but their habitats,” says WIRES CEO Leanne Taylor. read more