Ernie was brought to the RSPCA wildlife hospital after being found on a path at Moggill with an injury to the tip of his tail.
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.
Now this is a story of entanglement if ever we’ve heard one! We often admit birds that have been caught with string, fishing line, hair or other artifacts around their feet.
Cartman the Koala was brought to the RSPCA wildlife hospital when he went inside a hardware store and couldn’t find his way out. He is a busy young boy full of attitude!
Meet Chip the Galah, Jerry the Green Tree Snake and Cutie the Crested Pigeon – all currently staying with us at the RSPCA Wildlife Ward.
Meet Twiggy and Ghost. Twiggy is a baby Kangaroo, also known as a Joey. Ghost the owl is a fledgling – this means he is learning to fly.
Meet Elvis, an orphaned Flying Fox. Elvis, the baby bat, was found on the road after his mother was hit by a car when he was only 2 weeks old. This is his story.
Kermit, Barry & Sooty are all staying with us at the RSPCA Wildlife Ward until they are ready to return to their natural homes.
RSPCA Qld rescues thousands of wildlife every year, and this is just two of the many cases. A touching wildlife rescue known as the miracle Kookaburra, named Gorilla and a lovely little squirrel glider who was found in the park without his mother.
The RSPCA Widlife Ward has had another busy month with a black swan, a wood duck family, a black flying fox and a feathertail glider all spending some time with us at the wildlife recovery ward.
The RSPCA Wildlife Ward patients this week are as diverse as their reasons for ending up in the Ward. A turtle with a fish hook, a courageous magpie and a defensive plover.