This strange little creature is an echidna puggle. Adult echidna in care with WIRES by Bec Crozier Rescued Kangaroo joey in care with WIRES Platypus rescued by WIRES

NSW Wildlife Information Rescue & Education Service (WIRES)

Org #51624
Vetted since 2019
1985
year founded
$1,780,198
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Our mission is to actively rehabilitate and preserve Australian wildlife and inspire others to do the same.

Project Leaders
Dianne Browning
Dianne Browning
Dianne Browning
Dianne Browning
Kyla Shelley
Kyla Shelley
Team
Leanne Taylor, Kyla Shelley
Organization Information
PO Box 7276
Warringah Mall, 2100
Australia
1300094737
Organization Information
PO Box 7276
Warringah Mall, 2100
Australia
1300094737

Project Reports

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Aug 12, 2021
Spotlight on the Short-beaked Echidna
This waddling creature that 'snuffles' as it searches for food is an Echidna and they are Australia's most widespread native mammal. Despite their wide distribution they are shy and infrequently...
Aug 8, 2021
Capacity Building to Preserve Australian Wildlife
Thanks to you, we are continuing to provide support for Australian animals. As we move further into the recovery phase we are collaborating with a broad range of organisations to fund projects...
Apr 15, 2021
Platypus are one of the world's most unique animals and your support has helped save this one.
The platypus is one of the world’s most unique animals. Platypus live only in Australia and they are one of the few egg-laying mammals known as monotremes.  These fascinating...
 
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