Australian Wildlife Carers Network. Wildlife incident mapping. A wildlife rehab community project. Anyone can record roadkill on this map.
Australian Wildlife News. An online newsletter/magazine. Another great read, available online and it’s FREE. http://www.australianwildlifenews.com/
Southern Cross Wildlife Dr Howard Ralph & Glenda Ralph operate an outstanding wildlife clinic in Sydney and Braidwood. Funded by donations, volunteers and Glenda working a number of jobs! If you want to donate to helping wildlife, here is the place!
Wildwood Wildlife Shelter in Grampians Victoria. Pam is a very busy lady and doing some seriously great stuff. She has a calendar for sale and you can donate online to a very good cause. http://wildwoodwildlife.com.au/
Native Animal Rescue Group – sells the best wombat calendar around! Check out their website as they are selling fast. Got a problem with wildlife in the Braidwood area, these are the guys to call.
Humane Society International – voluntary sanctuary agreements.
If you have land look into this! Rocklily is a member.
For all things about echidnas and information on other species on Kangaroo Island.
Wildlife Preservation Society of Australia. Wildlife issues in Australia.
Koala Hospital Port Macquarie injured koala’s rehabilitated. Tours daily. Fascinating.
Save the Koala Foundation
Wombat Rescue in Cessnock NSW – caring for big & small wombats.
Sydney Metropolitan Wildlife Service. 24 hour wildlife rescue service – covers Metro Sydney.
Great range of books on nature, the environment, science etc.
Factsheets on NSW native animals
Information about threatened species in NSW
For teachers, schools & community educators
Victorian Department of Sustainability & Environment – great info and fact sheets
Australasian Bird Image Database
Birds in Backyards – bird finder, creating places, surveys and forum
The Wombat Protection Society – wombat issues
Australian Registry of Wildlife Health Diagnostic & Resource Centre founded by Taronga Zoo. Focuses on detecting and diagnosing endemic, emerging and exotic diseases.
National wildlife health system for Australia. Fact sheets on diseases of wildlife.
The Australian Wildlife Rehabilitation Conference website now has all the papers from the recent Hobart conference. Just click on the conference and you can download a wide variety of papers for free. It’s always worth going to these conferences, the papers are great, but being able to ask questions and networking makes it really worthwhile. http://www.awrc.org.au
General interesting links
Fascinating site on deep oceans and what’s there. Linked to National Geographic. We were part of the Sydney build team for James Cameron’s Submarine that dived to the deepest part of the ocean, the Marianas Trench (Dianna & Warwick Bisset; our bios are in the team section. What a once-in-a-lifetime project!)
One of our suppliers, we can get their full range, ask us for prices.
Kate Rowe, musician extraordinaire, winner of the John Lennon children’s category
Ryan Morrison our fantastic web designer and a great musician to boot! www.ryanmorrison.com.au
Spooky Men’s Chorale. A choir that Warwick, the other half of Rocklily, is in. A bunch of men singing in deep voices, nicely, deeply or just taking the piss out of being a man.
Fantastic wildlife painting prints! Painted by a wildlife carer. Amazing