Rescuing and caring
for injured, sick and orphaned wildlife
Our native wildlife is struggling – find out how you can help them survive and thrive.
Wildlife deaths due to tree-clearing
Join the Community
You'd like to do more?
ANARRA is always seeking new members to rescue and care for wildlife. Workshops are held throughout the year to educate those who wish to support the work we do.
The Orientation and Primary Care of Wildlife workshops are the first essential step towards becoming a wildlife rescuer or carer.
News & Events
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Advanced Macropod Workshop – 19th April 2020
What to do if you find an injured native animal or bird?
Wildlife Matters – ANARRA November 2020
Rescuing and Caring for Birds – 18th April 2020
Meet the Natives – 10 July 2022
Have You found an injured native animal?
Each species is different and might need specific way to be rescued. If you are not trained, please do not touch the animal and contact us directly by phone or email. You can find all ways to contact us in our contacts section.