Heat Stressed Wildlife Advice
On extremely hot days, wildlife will suffer dehydration and exhaustion. Placing shallow containers of water around your yard in shaded areas during a heat wave can really assist your local wildlife. Many native animals become extra vulnerable on hot days, so please keep your cats and dogs in doors to protect our wildlife, but also to keep your pets cool too. For more information on how to prevent and assist heat stressed wildlife, view our fact sheet here.
Please call 13 000 94535 or click through here to log a case directly. Our service responds to all sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife enquiries.
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Come along and learn all about wildlife in your backyard - we'll be telling you stories, providing tips to living harmoniously with our fantastic native species, and you'll hear from experts in the field. These events are FREE and we welcome all ages. You can register for an event in your area here.