The objectives of our association are
- To rescue, rehabilitate and release
sick, injured and orphaned native fauna in accordance
with the Nature Conservation Act 1992 on the Atherton
Tablelands in Far North Queensland.
- To provide education to both members
and the general public regarding native wildlife through
professionally accredited and industry recognised
training programs, media representation, advertising
materials and other lawful means of communication.
- To increase the perceived value of
native fauna in the public eye.
- To ensure the accountability of
wildlife carers/rehabilitators whilst members of the
- To support and assist carers to
ensure native fauna receives the highest possible
standard of care and rehabilitation using current
research and evidence based best practice in order that
each animal shall have the best possible chance of
survival once released.
- To ensure that members are aware of
and fully abide by all provisions of the Code of
Practice for the Care of Orphaned, Sick or Injured
Protected Animals by Wildlife Care Volunteers (Nature
Conservation Act 1992).
- To operate on a not for profit basis
with all income and property of the association being
used solely in the promotion of its objects.