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Seasonal Animal Advice

Read about some of the seasonal behaviour of native animals

Heat Stressed Wildlife

Thursday, February 09, 2017
When we experience extremely high temperatures for several days it may be weather that our wildlife is not used to. This means they may not be able to cope with the conditions.  read more

Sydney Weather brings animals into care

Tuesday, February 07, 2017

Strong winds and heavy rain can put wildlife under extreme stress.

How you can help:

After the storm has passed and it is safe to do so please check under trees for fallen chicks, nests or injured birds. There have also been many flying-foxes entangled in backyard fruit tree netting, made worse this year by the severe natural food shortages up and down the east coast of Australia. If you see an injured young or adult flying-fox please do not touch, call WIRES immediately for assistance 1300 094 737.
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