With a highly professional and experienced team, we offer a holistic service with a breadth of care unlike any other avian hospital and rehabilitation centre in New Zealand. Our staff are highly regarded and we are known for being at the forefront of bird care and rehabilitation.
As professional wildlife rehabilitators, we follow the Code of Professional Ethics, set in place by the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council (IWRC) and the National Wildlife Rehabilitation Association (NWRA) and practiced by all Certified Wildlife Rehabilitators (CWR) as a condition of their unique qualification.
Collaboration is central to our work. We work with individuals and organisations, nationally and internationally, to ensure we use the depth of expertise and knowledge available. We also share our knowledge in a variety of ways, teaching others how to care for our precious birdlife.
As well as being available to members of the public, we also coordinate with rescue centres and frontline responders throughout New Zealand, helping ensure that sick, injured, and orphaned wild birds receive the care they need.