Become a Member

Anyone over the age of 16 years who is interested in Australian native animals and has a responsible and caring attitude can become a FAWNA member.

 

 

 

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Emergency First Aid

If you have found an injured or orphaned native animal here's what to do:

1. Keep the animal safe and warm in a quiet environment. For more info click here.

2. Phone your closest FAWNA Emergency Care Centre (Depot) click here or ring 0438 526 660  

3. Take the animal to your nearest vet and they will provide it with the treatment it needs and make contact with FAWNA to collect it once it has received First Aid.

DPaW Wildcare Helpline - 9474 9055 (24 hrs)

 

Latest News & Events

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Sponsorship Opportunity - Busselton Runners Club 

FAWNA is delighted to have received a substantial sponsorship offer from Busselton Runners Club to provide funds that will assist FAWNA with capital purchases (cages, heat pads, etc) and essential consumables (food, milk, etc).  The fund amount is linked to the number of entrants.  

In acknowledgement of this generous offer, FAWNA members are asked to assist Busselton Runners Club in the organisation and conduct of the 2017 Sunsmart Half Marathon and Fun Run on Saturday 11th February:

1. To assist event participants by handing out drinks, etc., at one of the Aid Stations (5 volunteers needed, approx. 7am to 9am)

2.  Provide a display of appropriate animalsin rehabilitation close to the event start/finish (approx. 6.00am to 9.30am)

3. Manage the sale of stainless steel mugs, medals, key rings left over from past events (2 volunteers needed, approx. 6.00am to 9.30am).

For more details contact Jeff on: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 0438 526 660

In the News

Feb 3rd: Recovery plan 'flawed' (Busselton Dunsborough Times, page 4)

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Events

'In Safe Hands" workshop for volunteers - Margaret River 14 February

Conservation Volunteers and the Conservation Skills Centre are conducting a series of 'In Safe Hands' workshops for volunteers across the south west with one scheduled for Margaret River on Tuesday 14 February.

This is an opportunity for community members involved in volunteer activiites to increase their skills and knowledge in safety management.

 

Please register at http://conservationskills.org.au/in-safe-hands-toolkit/workshopswa.

 

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