The wildlife Hospital is back in action again after the floods. We currently have Igor the Intermediate Egret, Otto the Baby Blue Tongue Lizard and Tock the Black Flying Fox.
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.
Maggie the Eastern Grey Kangaroo, Jingo, Ringo, Gringo, Bingo And Fred the rainbow lorikeets & Harold the Magpie are all visitors through the RSPCA Wildlife Ward this week.
The RSPCA wildlife hospital is currently ‘out of order’ due to the recent flood damage at the Fairfield Shelter. However, that doesn’t stop people bringing in animals needing help.
So much has been happening in the RSPCA Wildlife Ward! Pumpkin the Brushtail Possum, Charlie the Carpet Python and the Woodies (wood ducks) are our featured wildlife this month.
It’s been busy in the RSPCA Wildlife Ward lately. We’ve had Swift, Ziggy and Sprint the three little swallows, Cactus the Echidna & Splat the Microbat.
We have kookaburras, turtles, a blue tongue lizard, cockatiels, a flying fox, a tawny frogmouth, a friar bird and a fain tail cuckoo all with stories to tell.
The biggest story we from the Wildlife Ward this month is one staff member’s embarrassing tale of being bitten by a yellow faced whip snake and taken to hospital in an ambulance.
An oil spill occured in March 2010 when the container ship Pacific Adventurer was pierced in two locations by its own shipping containers.
I am a brushtail possum that has become another victim of littering. When people litter, it can hurt animals. I was trying to get some food.
Currently we have a green tree snake in the wildlife ward. He was brought to the RSPCA after being found stuck to a nasty sticky trap designed to trap unwanted pests.