Sydney Wildlife Hospital

Sydney Wildlife Hospital

World Turtle DayWorld Turtle Day
World Turtle Day

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World Turtle Day

On 23 May we celebrated World Turtle Day by sharing this very special story. We returned two majestic green sea turtles to the ocean recently…

Posted on 27th May 2022 by Media Relations

Orphaned possum joeys become a new familyOrphaned possum joeys become a new family
Orphaned possum joeys become a new family

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Orphaned possum joeys become a new family

Ringtail possums prefer to live in groups, which is why these orphans were grouped together before being released to the wild.

Posted on 22nd April 2022 by Media Relations

Little Weja learns to be a 'real' echidnaLittle Weja learns to be a 'real' echidna
Little Weja learns to be a 'real' echidna

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Little Weja learns to be a 'real' echidna

Surrogate mum and vet nurse Liz McConnell is happy to report that Weja the echida is showing all the right behaviours.

Posted on 21st April 2022 by Media Relations

Little Penguin moulting seasonLittle Penguin moulting season
Little Penguin moulting season

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Little Penguin moulting season

Keep an eye out right now for vulnerable little penguins if you're near to a colony site.

Posted on 21st April 2022 by Media Relations

Meet Gerald, a flood survivorMeet Gerald, a flood survivor
Meet Gerald, a flood survivor

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Meet Gerald, a flood survivor

A lucky echidna was plucked from recent flood waters and is recuperating at Taronga Wildlife Hospital.

Posted on 17th March 2022 by Media Relations

Rescued Boobook ChickRescued Boobook Chick
Rescued Boobook Chick

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Rescued Boobook Chick

It’s a busy time of year at Sydney’s Taronga Wildlife Hospital. Our veterinary team have received an influx of native wildlife requiring care,…

Posted on 09th February 2022 by Media Relations

Injured turtleInjured turtle
Injured turtle

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Injured turtle

Marine debris has caused terrible injuries to this green sea turtle, now recovering in Wildlife Intensive Care.

Posted on 09th February 2022 by Media Relations

Orphaned puggle at Taronga Wildlife HospitalOrphaned puggle at Taronga Wildlife Hospital
Orphaned puggle at Taronga Wildlife Hospital

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Orphaned puggle at Taronga Wildlife Hospital

A tiny, short-beaked echidna puggle found alone on a property in Weja, NSW, is being hand-raised at Taronga.

Posted on 17th November 2021 by Media Relations

An exciting update about our Wildlife HospitalsAn exciting update about our Wildlife Hospitals
An exciting update about our Wildlife Hospitals

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An exciting update about our Wildlife Hospitals

We are beyond pleased to announce that the NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet and Environment Minister Matt Kean have announced that Taronga will…

Posted on 18th November 2020 by Media Relations

What to do if you find wildlife injured by the bushfiresWhat to do if you find wildlife injured by the bushfires
What to do if you find wildlife injured by the bushfires

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What to do if you find wildlife injured by the bushfires

The veterinary team at the Taronga Wildlife Hospital share their advice for caring for fire affected native wildlife.

Posted on 12th November 2019 by Media Relations