NARG - Native Animal Rescue Group - Majors Creek, Braidwood - NSW
Wildlife Care and Rescue
NARG is a community organisation located in the Southern Tablelands of NSW. NARG hosts a wildlife rescue hotline that is manned 24 hours a day 7 days a week for the general public to report wild animals in need of assistance.
Each animal is rescued, assessed and transported to the most appropriately skilled and experienced local carer to manage its immediate needs, future rehabilitation and release. We can only continue to provide these services with the help of our wonderful partners, members and donors (big thanks to all).
NARG facilitates skilled animal carers to rescue, rehabilitate and release sick, injured or orphaned native wildlife in and around Braidwood NSW.
We also provide regular training and support for local volunteer carers and hosts a 24 hour/7 day phone line for members of the public to report animals in need of assistance in the Braidwood area.
NARG has a large network of experienced carers who look after a large variety of animals including wombats, echidnas, kangaroos, possums, sugar gliders, bats, birds and everything in between.
Our animal friends rely on our help in times of need. If you see an animal that is sick, injured or seems disorientated, please phone us immediately. We will discuss options with you or send out a wildlife carer to make an assessment - but we are all volunteers and to save lives we rely on the support NARG receives from people who care about the environment and wildlife.
We are a registered tax deductible charity. All donations are gratefully received and can be made through our website at www.narg.asn.au