Why are wildlife the forgotten victims of natural disasters?

Three billion native animals died in the catastrophic Black Summer bushfires.

Now, two years later, unimaginable numbers of wildlife have been lost in Australia’s National Flood Emergency, a catastrophe that devastated large swathes of Australia’s east coast.

The impact on people is terrible. Their plight deserves attention and they need support on the long road to recovery.

Our work is to save wildlife. Uncountable numbers have already died as a result of the Australian Flood Emergency.

But there are wildlife survivors, and we are seeing more of them every day.

We are at the epicentre of the impact, right where we are needed.

Please help us to save them with a tax-deductible donation.


Thank you #forthewildlife

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