Treating patients at our AZ Wildlife Hospital

 
$12,245
$12,755
Raised
Remaining
Dec 12, 2011

A heartfelt thanks from all our precious wildlife

David the bearded dragon
David the bearded dragon

Dear Supporters,

Thank you for your support in helping us to raise enough funds for some essential equipment for the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital.

All the equipment on our wishlist is used in the veterinary care and rehabilitation of our precious wildlife patients. Since we opened in 2004 we have treated over 30,000 injured and orphaned patients that needed our care and attention with the ultimate goal of getting them back to the wild where they belong.

Since our project was posted we have had the following admissions:

March 2011 - 546

April 2011 - 530

May 2011 - 400

June 2011 - 329

July 2011 - 345

August 2011 - 603

September 2011 - 648

October 2011 - 937

November 2011 - 754

That's over 5,000 animals!

It was Lyn Irwin's (Steve's mum) dream to have a hospital that offered a free service to anyone who found injured wildlife or was a registered carer. This dream is now a reality and could not happen without the support of people just like you.

The hospital is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days of the year meaning that there is always a place to take these innocent victims for the best possible chance at life.

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Thank you again for your support from ours and the hearts of our wildlife.

Winnie Moo the koala
Winnie Moo the koala
Rupert the green tree frog
Rupert the green tree frog
Henry the glider
Henry the glider

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Michelle Burgum

Beerwah, Queensland Australia

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Map of Treating patients at our AZ Wildlife Hospital