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Fifteen ways to help wildlife

WIRES (Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service Inc) NSW has been rescuing and caring for wildlife for over 35 years and is the largest wildlife rescue organisation in Australia.

Sign up to WIRE’s enews and you’ll get a link to 15 Ways to Help Wildlife ebook, which offers some great ideas about how you can help protect wildlife, including leaving water out, creating wildlife-friendly yards, and becoming a virtual carer.

WIRES receives around 170,000 calls annually and provides rescue advice and assistance for over 100,000 native animals per annum.

In response to the tragic toll of the catastrophic 2020 bushfires, extreme weather and drought on Australia’s wildlife WIRES has partnered on several projects to improve long-term outcomes for native animals.

WIRES enews delivers wildlife rescue stories, information about the care and release of wildlife, and other updates directly to your inbox.

To sign up for the enews (and to get your ebook) visit




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