FAWNA is a wonderful organisation and its members of well over 100 people are dedicated each in their own way to helping wildlife. We rescue, care for, rehabilitate and release sick, injured or orphaned wildlife.
The committee of FAWNA is made up of volunteers who go the extra mile to ensure that our not for profit organisation is supporting its members as best it can. This support is in numerous ways including organising fundraising activities, addressing local issues relevant to wildlife, being proactive with other organisations, working alongside the Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPaW), facilitating training, providing equipment such as cages and incubators etc as and when possible/needed, keeping everyone informed and much more. To make contact with any on the committee to find out more or provide suggetions click here.
A large number of our members are active in caring directly for wildlife but not all are or can undertake this important work. However, everyone is welcome in our organisation. Not all on the committee or in the membership generally have hands on caring roles either currently or permanently, but we all have the desire to do what we can to help!