The vision of ACT Wildlife is that the welfare and biodiversity of wildlife in the ACT is maintained.
The purpose of ACT Wildlife is to:
Rescue, rehabilitate and release injured, sick and orphaned native wildlife.
Educate the public about sharing the urban interface with native wildlife.
Provide professional training to ensure a high standard of welfare for animals in care.
Due to an increasing number of animals coming into care each year ACT Wildlife require more volunteers willing to train in the care and rehabilitation of native animals.
ACT Wildlife holds Orientation sessions designed to give you an overview of ACT Wildlife, how they work in the community and options available for volunteering.