A huge Thank You to Wires for supporting and funding Hunter Wildlife Rescue with food for our fauna in care which will also help our carers whom work so hard caring for the fauna. The funding will now allow us to continue the food bank free still to all our approved fauna carers. Wires have donated $12,000 to go towards a WILDIFE FOOD account to be set up so HWR can purchase fauna food through Newcraft a fauna food suppler in Sydney. Also Wires have nominated and were successful in getting 5 Woolworths stores throughout the Hunter to supply free fruit , veggies and meat to help feed the fauna in care with HWR. This is been done under Wires National Food Grant project and we wish to thank Wires for their support and help and to say how grateful we are receiving this funding and support.
A huge Thank You to Wires for a $12,000 Donation for food for fauna in care and successful nomination for supply of food by Woolworths. Thank you Wires!

Members Log In

Log in here

Members Section Logon

All current financial members can logon at any time.

First Time Logon for Members or I Have Forgotten My Password

Step 1

Select the Members Section on the menu bar. From the pull down menu choose Members Log In.

Step 2

Click on the red button Log On Here

Step 3

If this is the first time you are entering the members section when this screen appears enter your email address and select the box Lost your Password? See red arrow.

Step 5

You will receive an email that looks like this:



Someone has requested a password reset for the following account:

Site Name: Hunter Wildlife Rescue

Username: yvonne@zxc#%&}|>>>>>.

If this was a mistake, just ignore this email and nothing will happen.

To reset your password, visit the following address:

<https://hunterwildlife.org.au/wp-login.php?action=rp&key=x7pVN7cDTwH1RorEj6zG&login= yvonne@zxc#%&}|>>>>>.>

Click on this link

Step 4

After you select Lost your password this screen will appear. Enter your email address and click on Get New Password.

Step 6 – this is the most important step

Immediately delete the new temporary password and insert your own password.

It is OK to use a password that you are likely to remember – if the website says it is weak, don’t worry, just select use weak password.

After you have entered your own password click on the blue button Reset Password.

Your all done!

For Help

If you are experiencing any problems or difficulties accessing any information in this section contact the website manager by email: website@hunterwildlife.org.au or phone Robyn Mob 0409 994 663 so that you can have your email address reset.

For New Members

Once your details have been passed to the website manager you will receive an email from the website which will look like this:

Username: yvonne@xc%!&>>>>

To set your password, visit the following address:

<https://hunterwildlife.org.au/wp-login.php?action=rp&key=OxFZDiB955PWymPtf0WL&login= yvonne@xc%!&>>>>>


You will follow the links in the email to the website. This will automatically insert your temporary password (see steps above). It is recommended that you immediately select and delete this password. You can then change this password to one that you are likely to remember. If it says it is a weak password you can tick the box and it will accept it.

If anything goes wrong you can tick the box that says you have lost your password.(see direction above).  A new password will be sent to your email address – then follow the steps above. Remember to change the temporary password immediately before you press login.

Dear Members – the website has had a complete new development. It is now compatible with iPad and mobile phones.

I welcome suggestions and questions – the website is here to help members of the public find help for injured, sick & orphaned wildlife and for our members.

Thank you – enjoy you website browsing

Robyn Cragg

Website Manager HWR

Contact email: website@hunterwildlife.org.au

Mobile Phone: 0409 994 663

Why Do We Need a Logon for the Members Section?

To resolve a number of issues that occurred when there was one password for the members section and to protect your private details, such as phone numbers used by the rescue call operators (phonies), the committee decided that ALL members will have a personal logon.

The website is for members of the public to report injured, orphaned & sick wildlife and for Hunter Wildlife Rescue members to have access to important and confidential information. To resolve this we have created a secure section for members.