OPEN NOW - Spring Transporter Volunteer Recruitment - ONLINE TRAINING

During the busy Spring months we have many orphaned wildlife requiring transport to licensed wildlife carers.

We are currently looking for new volunteer transporters to get these babies into safe hands. The training is online and within less than a day, you can be on board with Wildlife Victoria, helping our Spring orphaned wildlife!

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OPEN NOW - Spring Transporter Volunteer Recruitment

During the busy Spring months we have many orphaned wildlife requiring transport to licensed wildlife carers.

We are currently looking for new volunteer transporters to get these babies into safe hands. The training is online and within less than a day, you can be on board with Wildlife Victoria, helping our Spring orphaned wildlife!

If you have:

  • a reliable car
  • driver's license
  • some time during weekdays

We Need You!

To register as a Transporter for Wildlife Victoria, you need to:

  • read and understand the Transporters presentation
  • read the Wildlife Victoria Volunteer Code of Conduct and Agreement
  • fill out the Transporter registration form which includes payment of $20 registration fee
  • send us a current photo for an ID card
  • provide a current police check (we can organise an online one for you at a volunteer rate of $23)
  • email the form and photo to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • your ID card will be posted to you

Subsequent Rescue & Transport training in 2020 will be discounted for current transporters.

In Focus:

Our September

Achievements.

View the full month’s statistics

7,608 Reports

to the Emergency

Response Service

  • 29% Regional
  • 71% Metro

5,471 Animals Reported

including 905 Orphans

stats animals native

Referred to 491
Individuals or Organisations

  • 89 Foster Carers & Shelters
  • 261 Rescuers & Transporters
  • 211 Veterinary Clinics

Our activity

in your area.

Explore the map to see which animals were in need of our help in your local area last month. The points on this map all relate to a single animal, or family of animals, reported to Wildlife Victoria last month. (Yes, this is just one month!)

 

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