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Anyone over the age of 16 years who is interested in Australian native animals and has a responsible and caring attitude can become a FAWNA member.

 

 

 

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Emergency First Aid

If you have found an injured or orphaned native animal here's what to do:

1. Keep the animal safe and warm in a quiet environment. For more info click here.

2. Phone your closest FAWNA Emergency Care Centre (Depot) click here or ring 0438 526 660  

3. Take the animal to your nearest vet and they will provide it with the treatment it needs and make contact with FAWNA to collect it once it has received First Aid.

DPaW Wildcare Helpline - 9474 9055 (24 hrs)

 

Latest News & Events

Latest News

New Healthy Wildlife, Healthy Lives website launch 

Keeping wildlife healthy is the aim of a new website launched by the Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council (EMRC), in conjunction with long-term partners Murdoch University, Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation and Native Animal Rescue.

Supported by Lotterywest, the new Healthy Wildlife website was launched on 3 March 2017, to coincide with World Wildlife Day as part of the Healthy Wildlife, Healthy Lives project, the first of its kind in Australia, which focuses on the potential harm that can be caused to wildlife through interactions with people. 

It provides useful information on wildlife health, different fauna species, and what to do if you find sick or injured wildlife. 

The project is part of the One Health global initiative that recognises the health of humans, animals and the environment are all directly linked. A key component of the program is providing the primary source of information that enables active and ongoing community participation.

The Healthy Wildlife website can be found at www.healthywildlife.com.au

Remember, if you find sick, injured or orphaned wildlife in the south-west region, we can help. Call FAWNA on 0438 526 660.

 

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