Wildlife workshops

ANARRA Gympie wildlife rescueThe Australian Native Animals Rescue and Rehabilitation Association (ANARRA) is based in Gympie and has over 120 volunteers.

Wildlife HQ is at Paula and David Rowlands’ property at Glastonbury, a purpose-built facility on 100 acres adjoining national park and state forest.

ANARRA member and experienced wildlife carer, Marie Newson, will be presenting two workshops: the Orientation and Primary Care of Wildlife workshop on Sunday February 7 and the Introduction to Macropods workshop on Sunday March 21, both at Wildlife HQ.

Free for ANARRA members, or $20 each for non-members; membership costs $25 per year. Bookings essential via: anarrawildlife@gmail.com or phone 0408 170 102. For more information, visit ANARRA on Facebook.

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