All authorised wildlife shelter operators in Victoria operate under the ‘Code of Practice for the Operation of Wildlife Shelters.’ Paragraph 1 of Item 3, Release Procedures, states : ‘This phase of rehabilitation process is most important and must be carefully … Continue reading

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Next Meeting

The next WRIN General Meeting will be held on the Saturday the 5th of August 2017 starting 12:30pm at our usual venue, the Senior Citizen’s rooms Golden Square. This will be WRIN’s Annual General Meeting and all committee positions will … Continue reading

Climate Change

A report by Birds Australia says there is mounting evidence that climate change will have, probably already is, having an impact on our bird species. The way they breed, migrate and feed are undergoing great changes even though the measurable … Continue reading

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A ‘MISTAKE OF EAGLES’ Shelter operators are sometimes stumped by the descriptions of birds or animals they receive over the phone and find it impossible to offer an identification. Similarly, when a patient arrives it can often be far removed … Continue reading

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