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Due to many forms of human intervention our iconic and precious wildlife suffer every day. Wildlife Victoria is on call to help these voiceless animals and is committed to reducing that suffering and providing as many animals as possible with another chance at life. The WV team responds to your calls through the Emergency Response Service 13 000 94535 when you report a sick, injured or orphaned animal. Using our comprehensive database we locate the nearest available and suitably experienced volunteer who then locates the animal and determines the most appropriate course of action. The calls we receive range from requests for advice on fledgling birds during spring to the very sad and emotional news that someone has hit a kangaroo. We have an array of dedicated volunteers who advise, r...
http://SupremeMasterTV.com • AW989; Aired on 30 May 2009 This presentation features Wildlife Victoria, a 20 year old non-profit, volunteer-based organization that cares for animals in Victoria, Australia which operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, rescuing injured and orphaned wildlife across the state, providing treatment and shelter for the animals, get them back on their feet and back out in the wild. Regular training classes in animal rescue and care techniques are also provided to the volunteers. • Please share those videos through facebook and other means. Subscribe, comment and like it are fully appreciated. The videos are in the public domain and free to use in any beneficial way. Download Link: http://video.suprememastertv.com/daily/2009.05.30/AW989.wmv
Finny, the grey-headed flying-fox was reported to Wildlife Victoria's Emergency Response Service by Weylandts Furniture Store in Abbotsford, VIC, after a staff member noticed him hanging stuck on their rooftop. Rescuer Amy was sent to assess the situation. Amy then employed the help of the MFB to assist her to reach the roof to rescue the bat. Amy was accompanied by MFB crew member Adam "Finny" as they were hoisted up in the MFB appliance to safely rescue the bat which Amy aptly named Finny! Little Finny is now recovering in the care of a licenced wildlife carer. With any luck, he will be released back to the Yarra Bend colony shortly. Thank you to all involved in this technically challenging rescue and thank you to James for capturing the precious footage. Please consider making a...
Just a typical evening in my backyard!
Filmed and edited by Richard Brown Underwater Video Productions, the grab is taken from a training DVD for Wildlife Victoria's search and rescue team, out of the ashes (music by Neil Higgins) shows the efect of the bushfires, capturing injured wildlife and recovery with our wonderful carers. .
Crocs and snakes, kangaroos and koalas, penguins and seals - get up close and personal with Victoria's wildlife.
From wrestling sea lions, to shy yellow-eyed penguins and curious albatross, Dunedin is renowned for its wild charms. That's exactly what convinced Victoria Sturt to leave southern England and call Dunedin home. In this short film Victoria takes us on a journey around her new coastline and shares a few moments with some of the wildest locals. Insiders Dunedin is an online community for Dunedinites to share local tips. See here for more information: http://www.insidersdunedin.co.nz/ #NZMustDo #WildDunedin #DunnerStunner
Nate's encounter with a couple of ducks and a squirrel in a downtown Victoria park
Sea Kayaking, Seals, River Otters, and one great shot of a River Otter eating a Starry Flounder. All shot in Victoria, BC Canada. Find Julien on all social media! @jewelscatchew //Facebook//YouTube//Spotify// //Twitter//Instagram//Snapchat// @jewelscatchew March 2017
This ground-breaking lion rehabilitation into the wild volunteering program is run in partnership with the African and Environmental Research Trust (ALERT), Lion Encounter and African Impact. Volunteers on this project are actively involved in lion research, care and conservation as well as reserve management. Victoria Falls in one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World and the adventurer's playground with options for safari, bungee jumping, river rafting, zip-lining and sunset cruises on the Zambezi River. Our mission is to maximise the positive force of volunteering through responsible management, education, strong partnerships and a passion for making a difference, while making sure our volunteers have a fun and rewarding adventure with us. We truly believe that volunteering has t...
The sunset tours from Victoria, BC Canada are some of the best whale watching experiences you could have. Avoid the crowds & boats...leave the inner harbour of Victoria, BC on Vancouver Island with Eagle Wing and travel straight to the whales...enjoy the sunset on the way home :)
http://www.aboutaustralia.com/itineraries/st-sd1-great-southern-touring-route-victoria/ This award winning Park is owned and operated by Greg Parker and his family. Founded in 1985 through a passion for conservation of wildlife and the environment, the Parker family have long realised the value of allowing people and animals to come together in a relaxing, friendly and educational environment. The selection of animals is truly unique and features animals that can only be described as natural wonders of the world! Enjoy close contact with Australian native animals. Feed the free-roaming kangaroos. Free guided tour daily at 11am. Animal shows on weekends include Snakes, Koalas, Wombats, Crocodiles and Alligators, Tasmanian Devils and Spotted Tail Quolls. This is the perfect place to get...
One day at the Ballarat Wildlife park, among koalas, kangaroos, wombats, dingos, kookaburras, cockatoos, tasmanian devil, giant turtles, reptiles and many others. This park is anything but a zoo, which is worth to visit it. You can walk beside most of the animals, feed kangaroos and meet a great part of Australian wildlife. http://wildlifepark.com.au/
Here is a video with some of the species that you might find if you visit Lorne.
Melbourne, Victoria has a great abundance of wildlife including kangaroos, koalas, penguins and dozens of other animals. Which local wildlife will you spot in Melbourne?Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen looks at the wildlife to be found around Melbourne and Victoria. For more Victoria wildlife, check out our website http://www.visitmelbourne.com/United-Kingdom/Nature-and-wildlife.aspx