The 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: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0408 170 102. For more information, visit ANARRA on Facebook.