Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

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

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Outback Donna

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Queensland Garden Expo

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Feeding Wildlife

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Fun with Pinkies

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

A Walk with Ann Moran

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Drive carefully on dusk in the coming months

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Echidnas, an incredible species of wildlife

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Gather foliage for possums each afternoon

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

A donation to the Save the Bilby Fund

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

No vegetation changes at Shelly Beach

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

A bundle of happy energy

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Saving animals rarely seen in our area

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Caring for a tiny forest kingfisher

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Habitat destroyed in the bushfires

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

A Little Lorikeet in hiding

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Happy 2017 to all!

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

The final hatching of Dusky Moorhen eggs

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Dusky Moorhen chick, Video

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

It’s that time of year again.

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Prepare for glass fencing casualty!

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Prevent extinction of native species!

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

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

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

The animals’ parents are always the best

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

The near extinction of the Bilby

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

The inaugural “Fur Ball” in Charleville

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

The Australian Wildlife Rehabilitation Conference

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

To manage animals, think like the animals

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Exquisite little animals

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Feeding in damp weather

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Education and caring

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Drive slowly and safely

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Ask for help when needed

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Not all is doom and gloom

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Rehabilitate – Reintroduce

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Each day is another day of learning

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Reptile week

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Get involved

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Loss of habitat

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Feeding

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Welcoming in 2016

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]

Holiday Madness

Become a Wildlife Carer Today

Springtime is a great time to decide to be a wildlife volunteer.  There are so many baby birds needing care and WILVOS are always keen to train new wildlife carers. Often people will say, “I don’t know anything about caring for native animals.”  Well, that’s how we all started!  To me, one of the most […]

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

Trees are invaluable. Trees provide habitat for our wildlife, including birds and iconic threatened species such as koala. They give shade to cool us down and protect us from increasing heat waves, and encourage active lifestyles. With increasing development, greater densification of our urban areas and regional developments, trees are under threat and quickly diminishing. […]

Sanctuaries for Wildlife.

No matter where one travels, habitat destruction is ever-present.  I find it incomprehensible that bushland, in fact any habitat,  can continue to be demolished with no thought of consequences.  It is just so ludicrous to clear large tracts of land and then give the suburbs ridiculous names such as ‘something forest’ or  ‘something sanctuary’.  Do […]

Outback Donna

As I sat in my ‘comfy’ armchair seat on the train to Longreach, I remembered just how much I love Australia’s outback.  I am always in awe of our incredible country.  I could sit most of the day looking out the train window, which is actually what I did!  Only the delicious food in the […]

The Highs and Lows of Wildlife Care

Some days can be a little depressing for wildlife carers, but other days are just uplifting. Often there are no outward signs of damage done to the wildlife, and even xrays don’t always show the full extent of injury. Nevertheless, to know that an animal has received pain relief also helps sustain the carer during […]