Rescued redneck from Carters Ridge
The Australian Native Animals Rescue and Rehabilitation Association (ANARRA) wildlife rescue group is based in the Gympie/Wide Bay region.
Debbie Seal, secretary/treasurer said, “The aim of our group is to rescue, rehabilitate and release injured, orphaned and sick wildlife. ANARRA operates a 24-hour hotline for wildlife and has a number of members who care for wildlife in their own homes.
“In response to the number of calls we receive from the Cooloola Coast,” continued Debbie, “ANARRA is hosting two workshops at Cooloola Cove on Saturday August 21 to educate people about rescuing and rehabilitating native wildlife.”
The Orientation workshop and the Primary Care of Wildlife workshop are $10 each for non-members or free for ANARRA members. Membership of ANARRA costs $25 per year for individuals or $35 for families.
To register for the workshops and receive venue details, or for more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0408 170 102.
To report injured wildlife, call 5484 9111 and please like and share our facebook page, ANARRA Wildlife Rescue Gympie.