Australian Wildfire Relief

Australian Wildfire Relief

The crisis in Australia is far from over. For now, wildlife care specialists and conservationists are providing food and ongoing medical treatment for animals that were rescued from the fires. But the challenges will continue long after the fires are gone.

When the animals being cared for recover and regain their strength, they’ll be released into a changed landscape. They’ll have to find new homes and battle threats like starvation, dehydration, and exposure.

Join Jennifer Tobey, San Diego Zoo Global researcher, and find out what we're doing to save Australia's iconic wildlife. She'll share our recovery plan and timeline, and show you how we can join together to provide hope for plants and animals that are found nowhere else on Earth.

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YOUR SUPPORT IS VITAL TO OUR FUTURE

As we face the ongoing challenges of COVID-19, our team of dedicated specialists continue to care for countless animals and plants that depend on us each and every day.

Your continued support is critical to the wildlife in our care and vital to endangered species worldwide.