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Pilbara Wildlife Carers Association Inc

To treat and care for sick, injured and orphaned wildlife

To rehabilitate and release wildlife back into their natural environment

To provide a humane assessment and the appropriate response to and animals situation

To educate the community to humanely care for our wildlife when the need arises

All carers are volunteer wildlife rehabilitators, registered with the Dept of Environment & Conservation (formerly known as CALM).

If you wish to become a member and support our Association please contact us and we will send you the appropriate forms and information.

Even if you are unable to care for an animals, becoming a member will allow you to support our group. In return you will receive support from other members, information on up and coming events and a regular newsletter or correspondence.

Or if you wish to make a donation please contact us. We are always looking for sponsors to further our involvement within the community and to make people more aware of what they can do to help wildlife in the Pilbara.

[email protected]

Specific Animal Carer Details:
Kangaroos: 0439 984 371
Birds: 0438 924 842
Reptiles: 0418 631 656
Bats: 0438 924 842 or 9182 2000.

Outlying Areas Carers Details
Carnarvon: 0439 694 317
Tom Price Group: 0438 957 463

Care for Hedland Environmental Association Inc

The Care for Hedland Environmental Association is actively involved in raising awareness, as well as catering for environmental and sustainability needs of the township.

This is achieved through delivering a diverse range of conservation-based volunteer programs and activities for the Hedland community, which are suitable for all ages and levels of commitment. 

The Association acts as an effective conduit for the communication of environmental and sustainability information into the community and provides a forum whereby business, industry, government and community can discuss barriers, opportunities and solutions to sustainable development for Hedland and the Pilbara.

Our Aims

  1. Bring ideas/feedback to government and other bodies on environmental/sustainability issues

  2. Assess and prioritise current and future environmental/sustainability issues

  3. Ascertain public perception of responsible bodies’ efforts in environmental management

  4. Assist awareness raising of environmental/sustainability issues

  5. Build a partnership between the community, business/industries and government agencies for the management of environmental/sustainability issues