Wildlife Rescue Queensland
Australia’s native animals are threatened by habitat loss, vehicle strikes, disease, and feral cats. Wildlife Rescue Queensland cares for hundreds of animals a year, with many requiring hospital care. As a registered Not-For-Profit organisation, they rely on donations from the public and fund-raising activities to meet their costs. Every donation will help them to continue their wildlife rescue, rehabilitation, and release operations.
Brisbane Nature Tours has decided to promote Wildlife Rescue Queensland and donate a small amount each month for this good course.
Read more about their incredible work on Wildlife Rescue Queensland
Baby possum reunited with mum
Today we were called to a baby Brushtail possum rescue. The baby must have fallen off its mums back and didn’t know how to get back to mum. Read about our volunteer’s rescue.
Annie the Redneck Wallaby
Annie the Redneck Wallaby came into care on the 9th September due to being abandoned by a very sick and malnourished mum. She was tiny and weighed only 600 grams.
About Wildlife Rescue Queensland
Our mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of injured and orphaned Australian wildlife preparing them for release back into the wild.