Emergency Hotline: 07 5441 6200
The bush is still burning.

The bush is still burning.

Once again the bushfires have been devastating the countryside.  The tragedy and emotional trauma for residents and emergency service personnel would be immense.  The added upset for people  having to leave behind their horses, dogs, cats and other pets is...
The rewards of wildlife rehabilitation

The rewards of wildlife rehabilitation

I hope our WILVOS 5441 6200 Hotline phone slows down later in the year.  It will mean our native animals are in less trouble.  Our volunteers are doing an incredible job with keeping up with the calls and finding carers for the injured and orphaned wildlife.  One...
SOMETIMES chicks need saving

SOMETIMES chicks need saving

Our WILVOS 54441 6200 Hotline volunteers have had an incredibly busy couple of months.  With everyone being volunteers it is not always easy to find someone to collect and care for animals. Most of our members juggle work and volunteer commitments so Hotliners have to...
Please don’t kidnap the chicks from parents

Please don’t kidnap the chicks from parents

It is that time of year again!  Fledgling magpies are doing what they should be doing, “learning some ground rules”.  While they are on this learning curve,  some well-meaning person comes along and kidnaps them.  The poor protective  parents must wonder what is...
Drought and bushfires.

Drought and bushfires.

Following the tragic bushfires people expect a photo of a scorched furry animal along with begging for funds.  That is not the WILVOS way.  We know that the number of wildlife that are found at or near a bushfire site immediately after a fire is close to zero.  The...
Be aware of our native animals.

Be aware of our native animals.

Our WILVOS 5441 6200 Hotline has become extremely busy which is normal as Spring arrives.  The tragic forest clearing all over the Sunshine Coast has meant a non-stop demand for rehabilitation of orphaned and injured wildlife.  It is just depressing to see land so...
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