How to help injured animals
One of the joys of living in on the rural fringe is the close contact we enjoy with the local wildlife. We are lucky enough to share the environment with many species, but sadly it is not uncommon to find injured, orphaned or deceased wildlife on the side of the road, in our backyards or in other areas.
So what do we do when we find injured or orphaned wildlife? Find out at our “first responder” talk with Narelle and Kim, both Volunteer Wildlife Rescuers and Carers. They will discuss what to do if you come across wildlife in need of help, how to handle injured or orphaned animals, who to call and where to take them.
There will be nibbles and refreshments on the night. The booking fee will be donated to Kim and Narelle to help fund food, medications, fuel, rescue equipment and supplies for animals in care.
At Warrandyte Neighbourhood House.
Tuesday July 31st, 7 pm. Adults $10, Children Free.
Book here https://www.warrandyteneighbourhoodhouse.org.au/enrol or call 9844 1839.