Millions of animals died in the devastating bushfires across Australia, and those that survived need charities such as Australia Zoo’s Wildlife Warriors to be rescued and rehabilitated.
Join us in speaking for the voiceless, and be the change our wildlife depend on. Use the ‘Give Now’ button to help Australia Zoo’s Wildlife Warriors Hospital build a much needed new ward.
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3 keepers and
one marine biologist on staff
Developing vaccines for diseases affecting koalas
30+ research projects focused on saving wildlife
Over 8,000 animals treated each year
Major causes of animals being admitted include pet attacks, being hit by a car and disease and now bushfires.
It all began with Steve's mother, Lyn Irwin. A pioneer in wildlife care and rehabilitation whose dream was to build a facility that could take care of wildlife in need. In her memory, Steve and Terri renovated a small avocado packing shed into a functioning wildlife hospital. Four years later, on Steve Irwin Day 15 November 2008, a brand new facility was opened to house the ever-increasing number of wildlife patients.
Equipped with a surgical theatre, x-ray room, intensive care units and pathology lab, the dedicated group of wildlife veterinarians and nurses are able to provide specialised care to wildlife, at no cost to the public.