Here are some of our friends, etc
Featured below are some sites that we recommend, all well worth a look for information, interest, and further research. We hope you enjoyed our site. Please visit again and, until you do, from all of us at Tweed Valley Wildlife Carers, thank you.
Tweed Shire Council
Sponsoring TVWC and caring for the Tweed Shire.
The Tweed Valley Wildlife Carers are extremely grateful to the Tweed Shire Council for their ongoing support to the work that we do in the shire.
Friends of the Koala
Friends of the Koala is the wildlife group licensed to rescue and rehabilitate koalas in the Northern Rivers of NSW, including the Tweed Shire, working closely with TVWC.
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Hospital
Since its humble beginnings, more than 40 years ago, the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Hospital has grown to be one of the largest wildlife hospitals in Australia. The hospital provides emergency veterinary care for wildlife from as far south as Lismore, The Tweed, The Gold Coast and Hinterland and as far north as South Brisbane, a region marketed internationally as ‘Australia’s Green Cauldron’.
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
With hundreds of native Australian animals on display in natural bushland and rainforest settings, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary provides a rare opportunity to see and experience our amazing native wildlife.
Northern Rivers Wildlife Carers
Northern Rivers Wildlife Carers is a licensed wildlife group covering the Byron, Ballina, Lismore and Kyogle Shire Councils. TVWC works closely with NRWC, especially where animals are found near our coverage borders.
Australian Seabird Rescue
Australian Seabird Rescue is licensed to rehabilitate seabirds, marine turtles and marine mammals. They work closely with TVWC in the rescue and rehabilitation of seabirds in the Tweed and adjoining coastal regions of northern NSW.
Birds Australia brings together people who care about birds. More than just a research organisation, BA is a passionate advocate for the protection of our birds and the habitats on which they depend.
Great bird Identification and information site. BirdLife Australia is dedicated to achieving outstanding conservation results for our native birds and their habitats.
International Fund for Animal Welfare
IFAW saves animals in need all around the world. With projects in more than forty countries, they rescue individual animals, campaign to prevent animal cruelty and advocate for the protection of wildlife and habitats.
Wildlife Friendly Fencing
The wildlife friendly fencing project is raising awareness of the impact of fencing on Australian wildlife, and developing guidelines for good practice.
The Wilderness Society
The Wilderness Society is a national, community-based, environmental advocacy organisation whose purpose is protecting, promoting and restoring wilderness and natural processes across Australia for the survival and ongoing evolution of life on Earth.
The Threatened Species Network
WWF-Australia is part of the WWF International Network, the world’s leading, independent conservation organisation. In Australia and throughout the oceanic region, they work with governments, businesses and communities so that people and nature can thrive within their fair share of the planet’s natural resources.
The Queensland Museum
Queensland Museum is custodian of the state’s natural and cultural heritage, caring for more than a million items and specimens in collections that tell the changing story of Queensland.
Flying foxes on Bellingen Island
(Viv Jones excellent site about the Grey-headed Flying-foxes of Bellingen Island)
The Koala Foundation
The Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) is the principal non-profit, non-government organisation dedicated to the conservation and effective management of the wild koala and its habitat.
Flora for Fauna
Flora for Fauna are about helping people create their own Flora for Fauna garden. They provide guides to help you select which plants are best for your climate zone and which birds, butterflies and other fauna you can attract.