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FAWNA Wildlife Rescue are calling on the community to also think of our wildlife as fires continue to rapidly burn across the Mid North Coast.
FAWNA say the recent fires along with the drought conditions in the area are having a major impact on wildlife.
A FAWNA representative said hundreds of animals were killed in the bushfires and many surviving wildlife including threatened and endangered species have been displaced as a result of these fires making them vulnerable at this time.
"People can help wildlife by putting water out in several shallow safe containers - e.g. no buckets, nothing with handles for heads to get caught in," the spokesperson said.
"Also, put a stick or a few rocks in the bottom so that smaller wildlife can get in and out if needed such as lizards and small mammals.
"Please properly clean and refill these dishes daily Make sure that if you have a pool that you have some way for the animal to get out if they go searching for water and fall in."
The spokesperson said FAWNA is coping well with the wildlife that have come into care and we sincerely thank all offers of support.
"We have all the people and care and release areas and equipment we need right now and ask the general public not to care for injured or sick wildlife that they come across as they can be fined heavily by NPWS," she said.
"FAWNA is the licensed organisation in this area for all wildlife except koalas and have correct medication and foods for all wildlife we care for through our experienced trained rehabilitators."
They said if anyone sees and sick or injured wildlife, please ring the FAWNA 24/7 rescue hotline on 65814141.
Donations towards food and medical costs of wildlife in care can be made through our website or Give Now FAWNA site.
"We greatly appreciate people helping with water dishes for wildlife; this makes a big difference for wildlife during this hard time particularly those near fire affected areas."
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