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WA Wildlife Heroes

Most Australian wildlife rescue and care is done by hardworking volunteers.

Wildlife volunteers in WA are under stress due to the current bushfires and the extreme heat events impacting many animals across the state.

The Wildlife Heroes project will ensure wildlife volunteers get the help they need, so they can continue providing the best care for our amazing native wildlife.

The Wildlife Heroes project in WA will initially assist in funding for emergency response for bushfires and extreme heat events.

 

Grants for WA Wildlife Heroes

 

Guidelines will be available here for the WA Wildlife Heroes Emergency Fund soon.

 

Grants will be available throughout the project for wildlife rehabilitation facilities, registered groups and wildlife friendly vets, with all information regarding current and future grant rounds as it becomes available via our grants portal.

 

Further information on the Wildlife Heroes project.

Wildlife Heroes FAQ Wildlife Heroes FAQ (106 KB)

Contact us directly about the project, including media enquiries: wildlifeheroes@fnpw.org.au

 

BYB and Wildlife Heroes News

  1. Australian Government announces additional support for Wildlife Heroes Kylie Piper 15-Feb-2020
  2. Giving Australian wildlife volunteers the help they need Kylie Piper 17-Jan-2020
  3. New round of emergency funds to help overwhelmed NSW wildlife volunteers Kylie Piper 31-Dec-2019

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