Newshub TV3 report on Saving the Wild’s Australia mission
Newshub TV3 report | Wildlife injured in Australia’s bushfires are now being treated with medical grade manuka honey supplied by Comvita, a New Zealand partner to Africa based charity Saving the Wild.
Saving the Wild Director Jamie Joseph is currently in Australia, travelling around the country in a van packed full of supplies, distributing this life saving manuka to wildlife centres caring for injured and burnt survivors.
“I’ve seen the extraordinary results we have had with our poaching surviviors when vets in Africa use manuka, and so I knew if I coud get it to the survivors in Australia we could really make a difference.”
Australian wildlife rescue centres treating injured and burnt survivors can send a message to Jamie on instagram (saving_the_wild) if they would like her to deliver manuka medical supplies to their facility.
Follow the journey on Saving the Wild instagram.
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