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Wildlife SOS is a not-for-profit organisation supporting wildlife conservation, and the habitat in which they live. We are based in the Clarence Valley of northern New South Wales, an area internationally recognised for the high level of biodiversity. Our focus is on native animals that are recognised as under threat, and/or is of local significance to the Clarence Valley.
We believe in conservation through:
education and learning
sustainable land management
Please explore our website to learn more about our wildlife and the work being done to help them. For information on current and past projects, please visit Our Work and also our News page for Wildlife SOS in the media. For all inquiries, please Contact Us. If you would like to see more results in conservation of our wildlife, and the habitat in which they live, please donate to help our work. By filling in your reference and clicking on the Donate button below, you can make an instant donation via our PayPal account using your PayPal, credit card or debit card. Thank you in advance.
Wildlife SOS (Save Our Species) was founded in the Clarence Valley, in northern New South Wales. This region is internationally recognised for its high level of biodiversity. Wide ranging and differing ecosystems are offered from our coastline, through the wetlands and plains of the river, to the forests in the hinterland. However, there are many threats affecting the wellbeing of our native animals and their habitat. The members of Wildlife SOS are committed to reducing the impact of those threats. We are an independent, not-for-profit organisation. We work with individuals, community groups and government to achieve positive outcomes for native wildlife, and the habitat in which they live.
Objects of the Association
Actively support the conservation of Australian native animals and their natural habitat.
Promote understanding and support for the well-being of wildlife.
Recognise the requirements of wildlife with regard to the survival of the species and the needs of the individual animal.
Operate pro-actively to reduce the distress and rate of injury to wildlife.
Maintain a cooperative relationship with government agencies and the community to facilitate a positive response to conservation and wildlife welfare issues.
Contribute to scientific knowledge and research of native animals. (sourced from website 6/11/2021)