PilRoc Retreat - Wildlife Orphanage and Rehabilitation
When you are next in Paynes Find, why don’t you check out the PilRoc Retreat?
PilRoc Retreat is a Wildlife Orphanage and Rehabilitation park dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of orphaned and injured wildlife.
A variety of wildlife have temporarily called PilRoc Retreat “home” - from Eagles, to Whistling Kites, Pink & Grey Galahs, Bats, Bungarras, Nankeen Kestrels, Owls, Kangaroos, Euros and Major Mitchell Cockatoos…
However, be prepared to muck in and assist when necessary!
Visitors are welcome at any time to come and participate in the care of the native wildlife, learn about their
requirements for survival and meet the dedicated carers Gail, Dave and their team of volunteers.
You may have the wonderful opportunity of hand feeding the joeys their bottles; the kids will love petting the older kangaroos; or assist in helping the wildlife settle into their new home.
PilRoc recently welcomed Meg Braunstein on board, who has kindly offered to be the
Directing Veterinary Surgeon.
Meg will be available to PilRoc Retreat 24 hours a day to advise and assist with diagnosis and treatment.
The Veterinary Surgeons from Paws & Claws in Mundaring and The Unusual Pet Vets in Balcatta also give support and guidance. This assistance enables Gail and Dave to provide an even higher stage of care for the wildlife that come into the Retreat.
To view more details go to: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PilRoc/