Fund a small native animal rescue - $50
The Wildlife Hospitals at Taronga and Western Plains Zoos care for over 1,500 native animals each year. These animals are brought to the hospitals by members of the community after being found sick, injured or orphaned. Our main aim is to rehabilitate as many native animals as possible back to the wild.
The variety of animals that are treated is enormous, ranging from stranded seals and orphaned baby bats, to pelicans tangled in fishing line. All these animals need professional care and attention during the treatment and rehabilitation process to ensure they can be returned to their natural environment. This funding will help by supporting the rescue and release of a small native animal.