We have had a Masked Owl, a Ringtail Possum, Brushtail Possum, an Australian Hobby and a Brown Booby all staying with us and with their stories to share.
RSPCA Wildlife Hospital
It’s wild in the Wildlife Hospital! Get to know the colourful characters and hear their stories as they come and go from the Wildlife Hospital.
These 2 little joeys have come into the care of the RSPCA as a result of kangaroo culling. They were transfered to the RSPCA wildlife hospital skinny, stressed, weak, dehydrated and with severe diarrhoea.
Ellie the Tree Frog, Chilly the Carpet Python and Moe the Crested Tern all have stories to share about their experiences at the RSPCA Wildlife Hospital.
The rescue team noticed Angus laying beside the road near the new RSPCA Animal Care Campus early one morning. Throughout the day they noticed he didn’t move and started to get concerned that he needed help.
The RSPCA Wildlife Hospital has been busy with Melvin the Noisy Minor, Belle the Blue Faced Honey Eater and Joseph the Brown Goshawk.
This cormorant was found in someone’s backyard and their pet dog had gotten hold of him. Huski was rescued by the RSPCA rescue team and rushed straight to the RSPCA Wildlife Hospital.
This little pacific black duckling was brought to the RSPCA wildlife hospital from Cornubia late one night. He must have been following his mum across the road when she went over a storm water drain and sadly he went down it.
Mimi’s mum was hit by a car at Mount Tamborine. Her mum died instantly and poor Mimi was knocked from the pouch and was found curled up next to her deceased mother.
Gonzo the Rainbow Lorikeet came to the RSPCA Wildlife Ward after flying into a window. The indent on his beak shows just how hard he hit the glass; he must have been going at full speed.
Daffodil was rescued by the RSPCA rescue team after becoming entangled on barbwire at Park Ridge.