IFAW Wildlife Rescue 4+


Designed for iPhone

    • 4.0 • 8 Ratings
    • Free

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A joint initiative by the International Fund for Animal Welfare, (IFAW)and the NSW Wildlife Council (NWC), this mobile site will give you some information on who to call and what to do if you find an injured animal in NSW - whether you are out driving or walking, or at your home - until a trained helper can take over. This is for NSW only and will soon expand to other states.

IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare) is an organisation that supports and looks after the welfare of native, marine and terrestrial animals in Australia and around the world. The NSW Wildlife Council (NWC) is the peak body and is responsible for wildlife groups and rehabilitation in NSW. Their aim is to improve outcomes for sick, injured or orphaned Australian wildlife.

What’s New

Version 2.5.4

Bug Fixing and Enhancements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Kayc16 ,

Great app!!

I found the app easy to use and full of information that I've personally found very useful - thanks!

CloveR xoxo ,

Glad I had the app tonight

I was driving home late and stopped for an injured echidna on the road. So great I already had the app and could easily find who to call. I picked up the echidna - carefully - and took it to the Wildcare contact I was given over the phone. Everyone living in the country should have this app

NP💛 ,

Such a fantastic idea!

This app is fantastic! Being able to contact the closest vet or wildlife rescue group is so helpful!
Good work team on developing this useful app!

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