Founding Patron

Biggy Pop

Biggy Pop


Bird is the word. Biggy Pop, the feathered bestie and avian son of The Godfather of Punk, Iggy Pop, is the founding Patron of Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital. “I’m a bird, and a real wild one, and I have many cockatoo cousins in Australia,” squawked Biggy, from his home near Miami, Florida, USA. “I was so distressed to hear that 180 million birds died in the catastrophic bushfire crisis that killed over 3 billion native animals in Australia.”

“Being Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital’s founding Patron means I can connect with and support my friends and relatives in the magical land of Oz.” 12 years ago, Iggy found Biggy stuffed into a cage, alongside some chickens, at a roadside vendor in a remote part of Florida. “He seemed to be in peril of a bad future. So we decided to take care of him, responsibly. And we have. He gets and gives a lot of love” says Biggy’s Dad, Iggy.

Iggy cares as much about wildlife as we do, so it made perfect sense for Biggy Pop to be Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital’s founding Patron! We are truly honoured that he’s the bird to help us spread the word.

Together, with Biggy, we’re doing this #forthewildlife. If you’d like to support Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital’s mission to prevent and treat the suffering of Australia’s precious wildlife, you can donate, subscribe to our mailing list or follow us on Facebook and Instagram. If you’re a human or native animal that can support our cause, contact us.

The generous donations from our supporters helps to prevent and treat the suffering of Australia’s precious wildlife. Would you like to join the people and organisations making a difference? Your donation can bring us one step closer to providing important care to animals in need.



Ambassadors

We are proud to work with some amazing wildlife ambassadors whose support helps prevent and treat the suffering of Australia’s precious wildlife. Would you like to join the people and organisations making a difference? Your help can bring us one step closer to providing important care to animals in need.

Contact: Media, Marketing, Partnerships: Russell Mills: +61 44 888 5453 russell@byronbaywildlifehospital.org


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