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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Urgent appeal for Wildlife assistance

Our local wildlife has been decimated in the Currowan Fire on our beautiful South Coast – the Nature Coast. With no homes/habitat and no access to food, surviving wildlife will begin approaching roads and houses searching and trying to survive. We can help them by providing water and feeding stations, but we need your help to do it.

We are appealing to locals who are on properties in the fire zone to help us keep those feed stations checked and replenished with water and food. We will supply the food and bowls for water. Can you help our wildlife recover? We are relying on our local community to support these efforts. If you can assist, please email or call Rae on 0419 553 409

If you can donate to help us support them even further, please head to

Above: The first two joeys from the Currowan South Coast Fire were found by RMS workers surveying the Princes Highway at East Lynne. They were standing together, scared and displaced. Their ears are burnt and they're terrified. They are in care with a fellow carer in Wildlife Rescue South Coast.  Photo Credit: Adrina Selles, Wildlife Rescue South Coast.


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