There are many ways you can help The Wildlife Hospital.
2023 was a year of highs and lows for Australian wildlife. Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital treated a record-breaking 1,000+ patients, showcasing a 70% increase in our annual numbers. Yet, the stark reality persists: 144 species now join the list of threatened species. We’re here, tirelessly advocating for support because every life matters.
Explore our below list of equipment our hospital needs to continue delivering outstanding and free veterinary care to wildlife. Please make a donation enabling us to purchase this lifesaving equipment for our wildlife patients. To purchase something on our behalf an a donation please get in touch via the form below.
Boxes of 1ml syringes (new)
These syringes enable us to give medicines to patients. We are going through our regular supply at the moment due to the influx of Rainbow Lorikeets suffering from Lorikeet Paralysis Syndrome.
$22 for a box of 100.
Carton of Nitrile Gloves
These gloves are for veterinary staff to wear and keep safe when handling flying foxes as part of our PPE.
$175 for a years supply
Baxter IV Fluid 1L Hartmanns Solution
We use these IV Fluids for delivering fluids to a range of patients.
$6.95 per L bag
Used to treat patients when they have broken bones and to protect wounds.
$66 for a bulk buy of 12
Reptile Egg Incubator
We get lots of reptiles that don't make it but have eggs, so we want to be able to try and save them but require an on-site incubator.
Vetario S Eco ICU Series
This is to put sick animals in while in hospital. The enclosures are temperature controlled allowing us to tailor to specific patients
$1,330 - $1,750 each
Vetario 30 ICU Series (small)
This is to put sick animals in while in hospital. The enclosures are temperature controlled allowing us to tailor to specific patients. This size is created for particularly small patients.
$750 - $810 each
Stainless Steel Instrument Trolley
The hospital would use this stainless steel trolley during surgeries to place instruments to keep safe and sterile.