Help wildlife that is Injured, sick and orphaned. Wildlife Rescue 0435822699
Help us to continue our valuable work by voting for Animalia wildlife shelter before the 20th Dec2015
If you come across an injured or dead wallaby or Kangaroo , call us for assistance with finding a local shelter or rescuer to your area. Fruit bats /Flying Foxes are currently pregnant or carrying young new born pups. These amazing pollinators birth end of September, However if a mother is so badly injured she needs to be euthanased she should first be anaesthetised and a caesarean section performed as premature flying foxes can be hand reared by a highly skilled trained wildlife shelter with the knowledge in premmies. This species is on the endangered species list so all efforts should be made to preserve their life. Should you find a dead flying fox hanging on powerlines between Sept and March anywhere in Victoria they may have a baby, that is hiding under their wing unharmed and needing care, call our hotline for assistance.
Bandicoots, Flying foxes or Fruit Bats, Kangaroo, Koalas,Micro Bats, Penguins, Possums, Seabirds, Wombats, Wallabies, all native Australian fauna are rescued, treated, rehabilitated, then released back into the wild.
If you find Injured wildlife anywhere in Victoria call for assistance as we have wildlife carer contacts state wide.
For first aid advice for wildlife please don't hesitate to call, If you find injured wildlife please keep warm dark and quiet and contact our hotline immediately
Click care instructions for injured wildlife button above.
All manner of Seabirds, birds and mammals are cared for by our shelter backed up by a team of volunteers who work tirelessly for the benefit of wildlife and conservation.
Sean the Koala story
Animalia is a not for profit organisation which relies on donations from the public to continue this important work in the rescue,care and rehabilitation of our native wildlife.
Donate Now at any WESTPAC BANK BSB 033138 Account 434072. For donation outside of Australia the Swift code is WPA CAU 2S.
For animal wildlife rescue & emergency contact Michelle Thomas 0435822699
Animalia also offers assistance to wildlife in the form of advising other wildlife carers across the state on various rehabilitation techniques and runs education workshops and classes for carers, the community and school groups. Animalia proudly takes an active role in mentoring new people who wish to become involved in wildlife care, rescue and rehabilitation, we encourage people from all walks of life,ages and cultures to take part in the shelter helper program.