Tweed Valley Wildlife Carers

24 Hour Hotline – report injured wildlife

  02 6672 4789

TVWC rescued 2432 animals and birds in need during the 2018-19 financial year.

Recent Rescues

wildlife rescue, wedge tailed Eagle, currumbin wildlife hospital

A WEDGE TAILED EAGLE was attacked by geese at a property in Pumpenbil road.The owners managed to catch bird and called TVWC. A wildlife rescuer collected the bird and took it to Currumbin Wildlife Hospital where its injuries were assessed and treated. The Eagle had an injured wing and couldn’t fly.

The wedge-tailed eagle was released on the property where it was found. See our Facebook page for release video


What We Do

TVWC wildlife rescueThe Tweed Valley Wildlife Carers rescue and care for injured and sick wildlife in the Tweed Valley.

Our objectives and aims revolve around the conservation and welfare of our local wildlife. Our foremost aim is the rescue and rehabilitation of native fauna for return to their natural environment, using the best and most up-to-date information from all relevant sources. We also aim to educate the public by encouraging the protection and welfare of our native wildlife and their habitat.

What To Do if You Find Injured Wildlife

wildlife rescue, baby swans

1. Place injured wildlife in a box lined with a towel to prevent it from sliding around during transport. Cover the box with a loose lid or towel to create a dark environment to prevent stress. DO NOT administer food or drink to an injured bird or animal. Put the box in a quiet cool place in Summer and in a quiet warm spot in Winter months.

2. Take note of the exact location where it was found and tell the rescuer so, after rehabilitation, it can be released back into the wild.

3. Call the hotline:

02 6672 4789

Follow instructions from the TVWC member you speak to on the hotline.

How Can I Help?

Join Us Today

If you are interested in joining the Tweed Valley Wildlife Carers, we hold regular orientations and offer volunteer positions as a phone hotline operator, wildlife carer (after training), rescue and transport participation, fundraising, as well as various administrative positions.

For more information check our How Can I Help Page


Three Ways To Donate

1. Donations are accepted through the Give Now website. Donations over $2 are tax deductible and can be made with a credit or debit card or by bank transfer. Click Donate button below.

2. Donations can be made directly to our PayPal account, also tax deductable. Click PayPal donation button below.

3. Regular donations can also be arranged by direct debit.

Return & Earn Stations Donation Outlet

We are very lucky to be accepted as a donation partner in the local ” Return & Earn” stations. From August 25th to November 27th 2018 you can choose to donate your money to Tweed Wildlife Carers – which is us. Your donations will go to help feed & care for many different local wildlife species. You can donate at the following recycle stations at  Tweed City, Terranora Pavilions, Kingscliff Woolworths, Chinderah BP & Murwillumbah Railway.

Donate using the links below this section

Area Map of Tweed Shire
squirrel glider rescue
Jaycee a female squirrel glider baby, was found in garden on a rainy day.   She was 18gm but had the body size of a 40gm glider. extremely underweight and malnourished. Now 75 days into care and she weighs 136gm and her fur is getting nice and thick.
Jaycee was soft-released on the 28th of August, weighing almost 200 grams, with a thick new fur coat.

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baby possum in orange blanket, head poking out

 24 Hour Hotline – to report injured wildlife Call

02 6672 4789