IMPORTANT NOTICE !!!
Everyone, you are amazing. We have been given heaps of supplies in just a few days. For now, please, we do not need any more blankets or towels as we cannot store them. Will keep posted if we need more once we access the fire ground.
Gippsland has suffered a devastating wildfire event. Our wildlife will be severely impacted. Please be assured that we will be taking every measure within our control to assist injured wildlife. The fire has impacted known wallaby, roo, possum and koala habitat. Anyone wishing to donate can do so via our website or directly to WRAP Public Fund 633-000 129959664
If you live on the fringe area of the fire you may see animals that have been displaced or injured. It is best not to approach an injured animal. They will be extremely stressed. However if you have been able to pick up an animal please ensure it gets veterinary attention as soon as possible. Our local vets do not usually charge for treating wildlife. Do not attempt to feed it. If you need advice, or assistance, please call Gippsland based wildlife group WRAP on 1300 223 427.
We are overwhelmed at everyones generosity. At this stage we cannot get to the fire ground. It is hot and active but we will be there as soon as we are allowed to enter. Thank you thank you thank you to everyone who has donated and left items at Moe Vet Centre. It has ensured we can give the animals the best treatment. We will keep you updated so please keep returning to the page.
Medical items if anyone can source:
WELCOME TO WRAP
Wildlife Rescue & Protection Inc (WRAP) is a network of wildlife shelters, carers and rescuers operating across Gippsland.
WRAP was established to :
a) Provide expert care for sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife and enable successful release.
b) To rehabilitate native wildlife in accordance with the relevant government criteria.
c) To provide a wildlife rescue, communication and information network.
d) To foster community awareness abd appreciation of the intrinsic value of native wildlife and their habitat.
e) To encourage and support a high standard of knowledge and expertise within the wildlife shelter system.
f) To work in collaboration with like organisations for the benefit of native wildlife and their habitat.
WRAP is 100% voluntary and is fully funded by the generosity of public donations. All donations over $2 are tax deductible and are fully dispersed toward the care of our native wildlife. WRAP's donations are monitored by an independent executive committee and are subject to an annual audit and accountability to the Department of Environment & Heritage. This ensures that all funds are utilised for the wellbeing of our precious wildlife.