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Native Wildlife Rehabilitation

When natural disasters or human encroachment disturb native wildlife habitats, these animals need our help. By donating to organizations that focus on wildlife rehabilitation, you can be a part of the solution. Donations via Giveabl's Donations API and plugins can support the food, medical care, and shelter that these animals need to get survive.

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Donations to native wildlife rehabilitation organizations helps to ensure that these animals have a second chance at life. Many of these animals are brought in injured, and some may even be orphaned. Without the proper care and attention, they would not stand a chance.

The donations via Giveabl's Donations API and plugins can help to cover the cost of their medical care, food, and housing. It also allows for the staff to have the time to provide the one-on-one care that is so crucial for these wild animals. The goal is always to release them back into the wild, but sometimes that isn't possible. In those cases, the rehabilitation center or wildlife sanctuaries become their forever homes.

Without generous donations, many of these animals would not survive.

Why charitable support for native wildlife rehabilitation is important

Charitable support for native wildlife rehabilitation is important because it helps to preserve native species and their habitats. When animals are injured or orphaned, they often require specialized care in order to survive. Wildlife rehabilitation centers provide this care and give these animals a second chance at life.

In addition to providing direct care to individual animals, native wildlife rehabilitation also contributes to the conservation of entire species. By releasing healthy, rehabilitated animals back into the wild, these centers help to maintain genetic diversity and prevent inbreeding. Furthermore, when natural populations of animals are struggling, rehabilitating and releasing captive-bred individuals can give them a much-needed boost.

Rehabilitation efforts also benefit ecosystems as a whole. For example, when predators are reintroduced into an area where their prey has become overabundant, they can help restore balance to the delicate food web. Similarly, by releasing rehabilitated animals into areas where their numbers have been depleted by human activity (such as logging or hunting), we can help them repopulate these habitats and play their vital role in ecosystem function once again.

Ultimately, charitable support for native wildlife rehabilitation is vital for the preservation of both individual animals and entire species. These centers provide crucial care for injured and orphaned wild creatures while also making important contributions to conservation efforts. By supporting wildlife rehabilitation, we can ensure that native animal populations remain healthy and resilient in the face of challenges such as habitat loss and human encroachment.

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Three ways you can support native wildlife rehabilitation causes
  1. You can donate to a native wildlife rehabilitation centre.
  2. You can become a volunteer at a native wildlife rehabilitation centre.
  3. You can help spread awareness about the importance of native wildlife rehabilitation.
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Loveland For Wildlife
ABN 71359795496
Endorsed DGR Item 1
. We provide a triage service for incoming sick or injured wildlife in the mid west region of Western Australia.. We then arrange to have delivered to registered carers within an aprox. range of 200 klms for rehabilitation and eventual release back into the wild.. We continue to look after previous released wildlife at our sanctuary situated at Hill River in Western Australia.
Possum Valley Animal Sanctuary
ABN 51455206392
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We undertake: * Rehabilitation and release of WA native animals* Rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of neglected, surrendered, confiscated, orphaned, ownerless or otherwise unwanted farmed animals* Operation of a facility for the temporary accommodation of native and farm animals under treatment or awaiting rehoming* Operation of a protected area of natural bushland for the soft release of native animals.* Operation of a sanctuary for the long term care of farm animals not suitable for rehoming * Public education regarding responsible farm animal ownership and minimising impact upon native animals
The Wildlife Rescuers
ABN 23863298517
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We provided a wildlife rescue emergency response service primarily attending to calls from the Northern Suburbs of Melbourne and surrounding areas. Our volunteers attended to calls for sick, injured, orphaned and displaced wildlife, sought vet assistance and liaised with carers and wildlife shelters for treatement.
Bohollow Wildlife Shelter
ABN 38288223829
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We operated an animal shelter. We rescued injured or lost animals and wildlife, rehabilitating them before releasing them back into the wild or rehousing where possible. We also provided information sessions on native wildlife and environment to schools and organisations.
Mosswood Wildlife
ABN 82995433898
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We set up extensive facilities for operating, and were a key participant in the rescue, care and rehabilitation of animals from both fires in the local area and the Cape Bridgewater incident. There are further plans in motion to expand abilities through further infrastructure, including a mobile rescue and education facility.
Save Our Wildlife Foundation
ABN 88647047563
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We rescued wildlife that was been injured, unwell or orphaned, relieved suffering and rehabilitated and returned to the wild those animals that were able. We undertook a tree planting project in Woorabinda Bushland Reserve in Stirling, South Australia, that in future will provide a leaf collection point for wildlife carers rehabilitating wildlife at home. Due to COVID19 we were unable to continue with our education program in the first half of 2020 but continued in the later part of the year. We provided the general public with educational and engaging messages via social media to assist them to interact positively with wildlife and assist those that were injured, sick or orphaned.
Adelaide Koala Rescue
ABN 64635253904
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Wildlife Rescue Rehabilitation And Education Association
ABN 58107003521
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We rescue, rehabilitate and release wildlife in Queensland, and operate a Wildlife Rescue Centre at Murphys Creek providing a place for our activities and for the education of the wider community including schools, universities and environment groups.
Wild 2 Free
ABN 15730637955
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We operated an animal shelter and rehabilitation centre near Batemans Bay. There we tended to injured or orphaned animals and wildlife, predominantly kangaroos, rehabilitating them before releasing them back into the environment. The shelter was wiped out by bushfire in January 2020 and we are slowly rebuilding.
Australian Wildlife Parks Foundation
ABN 25149682299
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Developing, facilitating and advocating rehabilitation of native wildlife. Protecting, caring for, preserving and studying animals to improve the community's moral feeling towards them. Providing a sanctuary for displaced, endangered, exotic species due to neglect and degradation of natural habitats
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World Wide Fund For Nature Australia
ABN 57001594074
Listed by name DGR Item 1
WWFAustralia activities and how it has pursued its charitable purpose is set out in its annual report which is available on our website:
Canberra Pet Rescue
ABN 92287616075
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Canberra Pet Rescue’s purpose is to rescue, raise, rehabilitate and rehome pets in need. We primarily save stray, abandoned or neglected kittens and cats from the streets and death row in pounds around the ACT region given the pressing need in the area. Other activities include community education on animal care and welfare, and assisting with rehoming animals. Thanks to an amazing team of volunteers, very generous donors and incredible support from the community, we manage to save and find loving suitable homes for many desperate animals in need each year. All animals rescued are desexed, vaccinated, microchipped and parasite controlled. During 201920 we also helped extensively in the bushfire relief and recovery in our region, and provided hundreds of people in crisis assistance with pet food, items and care through our PetAssist program, along with dozens of pet and wildlife rescue groups with emergency food and urgent supplies through our RescueAssist program.
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Why do native wildlife rehabilitation-focused charities and nonprofits need funds?

There are many reasons why native wildlife rehabilitation-focused charities and nonprofits need funds. The main reason is that they rely on donations to help them care for the sick, injured, and orphaned animals that come into their facilities. Other reasons include needing funds to pay for food, supplies, and veterinary care.

How could my donation help native wildlife rehabilitation?

Since native wildlife rehabilitation is the process of caring for and releasing sick, injured, or orphaned wild animals back into their natural habitat, your donation could help by providing the necessary resources for these animals to be cared for properly. This could include food, shelter, and medical care.

What are some ways donations are used to support native wildlife rehabilitation?

Funds from donations are used to support the costs of food, medical supplies, and housing for native wildlife during rehabilitation. The work of rehabilitating sick, injured, or orphaned wildlife also requires specialized equipment and facilities. Donations help cover these critical expenses so that rehabilitation can continue.

How else can I support charities and nonprofits that focus on native wildlife rehabilitation, aside from donations?

There are a few other ways you can support charities and nonprofits that focus on native wildlife rehabilitation. You can volunteer your time to help them with their work or you can raise awareness about the issues they are working to address. You can also help them by spreading the word about the good work they are doing and encouraging others to support them as well.

Donate now to support native wildlife rehabilitation!

The care native wildlife receive is expensive, and without donations, many organizations would not be able to continue to provide the life-saving support that they need.

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