Wildlife carers are the guardians and saviours of our precious wildlife, working round the clock to rescue, care for, rehabilitate and release the sick and the injured. But when disaster strikes, such as a bush fire, there is often a lack of available qualified vets on hand to treat the affected wildlife.
"Achieving optimal outcomes for Australian wildlife"
The Worlds best Wildlife Rescue Bag (WRB) is designed just for Australian wildlife. Safely & securely contain and transport wildlife, especially macropods & koalas.
The WRB sets a new standard in wildlife transportation devices. It is deliberately over engineered for longevity, durability, animal comfort and wildlife worker protection.
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The NWC is concerned to sort out the facts from the hype when it comes to the Avian Influenza Virus, and its importance to the welfare and health of wildlife rehabilitators.
There are many strains of Avian Influenza viruses. Most of them do not cause disease. The strain that is currently causing widespread disease in Asia and parts of Europe is the H5N1 strain. At this stage there is no indication that H5N1 Bird-Flu is present in Australia, although this could change at any time. In the meanwhile it is important that wildlife carers are fastidious in maintaining their hygiene, especially when dealing with birds. This means using gloves and masks. It especially means washing your hands after dealing with each bird, thoroughly cleaning cages and avoiding dust from bird cages. Observing these normal hygiene practices also helps to protect against a range of problems including Psittacosis.