MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION :

New and current members can complete the application form online.

For new and renewing members fill out the membership application form online here

  1. Your form will be automatically sent to the membership officer & the treasurer when you press submit.
  2. You will need to deposit your membership fees – see payment details below. Use your surname as a reference when paying electronically eg. Smith/membership

Renewal of membership and acceptance of applications from new members will be valid once the Membership Application Form and fee have been received and approved by the Management Committee.

Fees  : For New Membership

Single adult $55.00
Family $110.00
Sole Parent Family $60.00

               Note : Your membership fee includes free attendance at any Introductory to Hunter Wildlife Rescue Training Courses including Phone Operators training

Fees  : For Renewal of Membership

Individual membership

One Year $30

Two years $60

Family membership

One Year $65

Two years $130

Sole parent membership

One Year $35

Two years $65

Note : Your membership fee includes free attendance at any Introductory to Hunter Wildlife Rescue Training Courses including Phone Operators training

Methods of Payment

You can pay your membership fees:

Online

BSB 032 524 Account No 142209 Account Name: Native Animal Trust Fund

Payment Date : Please use your surname as the reference.

or

Postal

Please send your cheque or money order made payable to Native Animal trust Fund

Mail to: The Membership Officer, PO Box 17, Shortland NSW 2307

Members can be actively involved in the Hunter Wildlife Rescue (NATF) in many roles:

A. Transporting

  • transferring injured wildlife requiring rehabilitation from the RSPCA and local vets to carers
  • transporting injured wildlife from one carer to another
  • releasing rehabilitated wildlife

B. Rescuing

  • rescuing injured, sick, orphaned or distressed wildlife

C. Phone Operator

  • answering the 24 hour hotline, 7 days a week – providing advice, support & information on sick, injured & orphaned wildlife

D. Rehabilitation & Caring

  • rehabilitating sick, injured and orphaned wildlife

E. Disaster Support

  • disaster relief in fires, heat waves, flood, storms and other man-man & natural disasters
  • maintaining feed stations in burnt out areas

F. Other Support

  • sewing/knitting pouches, liners or wraps for orphaned possums, joeys or flying foxes
  •  making possum  & bird boxes
  • farming live foods – crickets, meal worms
  • fundraising
  • education & public awareness – giving presentations to community organisations
  • IT support

G. Financial Support

Everyone is welcome to join & provide financial & moral support.