One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Every tree counts!

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Wheelie Bin Stickers For Sale

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Please save some habitat for our wildlife!

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Wildlife carers needed especially along the coastal strip.

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Environmental devastation

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Best Scenario for Chicks

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Rabies and Australian Bat Lyssavirus

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Come and learn about the importance of maintaining trees in our suburbs

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Outback Donna

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Queensland Garden Expo

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Feeding Wildlife

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Fun with Pinkies

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

A Walk with Ann Moran

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Drive carefully on dusk in the coming months

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Echidnas, an incredible species of wildlife

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Gather foliage for possums each afternoon

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

A donation to the Save the Bilby Fund

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

No vegetation changes at Shelly Beach

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

A bundle of happy energy

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Saving animals rarely seen in our area

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Caring for a tiny forest kingfisher

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Habitat destroyed in the bushfires

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

A Little Lorikeet in hiding

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Happy 2017 to all!

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

The final hatching of Dusky Moorhen eggs

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Dusky Moorhen chick, Video

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

It’s that time of year again.

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Prepare for glass fencing casualty!

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Prevent extinction of native species!

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

It’s hatching time of year for masked lapwing chicks!

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

The animals’ parents are always the best

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

The near extinction of the Bilby

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

The inaugural “Fur Ball” in Charleville

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

The Australian Wildlife Rehabilitation Conference

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

To manage animals, think like the animals

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Exquisite little animals

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Feeding in damp weather

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Education and caring

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Drive slowly and safely

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Ask for help when needed

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Not all is doom and gloom

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Rehabilitate – Reintroduce

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Each day is another day of learning

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Reptile week

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Get involved

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Loss of habitat

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Feeding

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Welcoming in 2016

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]

Holiday Madness

One Happy Bush Stone-Curlew Chick

It is always inspiring to see workers, who are  involved in the land  development side, take an active interest in our native wildlife.  It must be distressing to see bulldozers at work and be helpless to do anything in many situations.  WILVOS hotline often receives calls for advice or rescue in such situations and it […]

Every tree counts!

Firstly, here on the Sunshine Coast we should be grateful for our great medical facilities.  I have had considerable contact with the Buderim Private Hospital in the last week and the staff, the service and the food provided just has to be commended. It was rather unusual to be in  a human medical environment.  It […]

Please consider our native animals in the busy holiday season.

The Christmas/New Year break can be a worrying time for native animal carers. Hopefully, wildlife carers across Australia have not had too many more patients with the increased number of cars on the road over the holidays,  along with more abandoned , or just plain neglected, domestic animals roaming around Holiday time often means more […]

Wishing everyone a wonderful 2018!

Our WILVO volunteers handling the 5441 6200 hotline have been kept busy with the severe weather lately.  I wonder that all the little birds aren’t washed out of the trees in the heavy downpours.  There have been numerous bedraggled, wet animals arriving into care.  Erratic as the weather has been, the wet weather was followed […]

Queensland State Elections Are Over

By the time this goes to print the elections will be over and we can  sit back and try to be optimistic.  I would really like to think that foreign mining companies and deforestation will not further destroy Queensland over the coming years.  Is it too much to hope for that habitat could be retained […]