WIRES Support Bandana (Australia's largest wildlife rescue organization)
SubiePups + WIRES Support Bandana
There is a widely-reported estimate that almost half a billion (480 million) animals have been killed by the bush fires in Australia. It's a figure that came from Prof Chris Dickman, an expert on Australian biodiversity at the University of Sydney.
Our hearts are truly broke with al the graphic images pouring through social media.
Australia needs our help!
SubiePups has partnered with WIRES to offer our support.
WIRES (NSW Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service Inc.) is Australia's largest wildlife rescue organization.
They are $25 per bandana and 100% of proceeds going to @wireswildliferescue
The love between Subaru and the Land Down Under started off in 1977 with the introduction of the BRAT (aka Subaru Brumby). Since then, Australia has embraced the culture of Subaru and our love for animals and outdoor adventures.
If you don’t have a pet, you can purchase one as a gift or pass this along to friends and other Subaru enthusiast. There are many organizations collecting money and supplies, even $1 will help. Australia needs our help.
You can also donate directly to WIRES and learn more about them.
Let’s show our love to the friends in need.
PS. Steve Irwin would be proud if us!
Many animals were already struggling with a lack of water and food due to the drought. With the fires destroying unprecedented amounts of habitat, food shortages have increased and lack of suitable habitat will be a significant long-term challenge for surviving wildlife. It is impossible to know how many animals have perished and it will be many months before the impact on wild populations can be better understood but ecologists at Sydney University have estimated over 800 million animals have been affected in Australia since September.
Australia's largest wildlife rescue organization, WIRES (New South Wales Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service Inc.) is actively seeking emergency donations to increase its capacity to help animals in the midst of the bushfires. According to their website, WIRES receives between 600 and 1,000 calls every day asking for assistance rescuing or caring for sick, injured, or orphaned animals.
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