At the Native Animal Network we not only aim to save injured and orphaned native animals but we also aspire to:
- Provide a point of contact for members and the general public seeking advice on native animal care
- Provide an educational resource on native animal care to other interested parties such as schools etc., through visits, workshops, seminars and dissemination of written material
- Continually upgrade knowledge on the subject of native animal care by attending seminars and conferences on this and related issues
- Facilitate placement of orphaned and injured animals to a safe environment, in keeping with the Network policy of non-release of hand reared animals.
(As per National Parks and Wildlife Rescue Permit conditions).
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