In Queensland you must have a wildlife rehabilitation permit to care for injured and orphaned native wildlife in your home. This includes people such as spotter catchers and vet nurses who legitimately deal with wildlife in their place of work. The permitting system is crucial in monitoring wildlife and maintaining high standards of rehabilitation. If you are interested in caring for wildlife in your home, the best way to start is to join an established wildlife group with members in your local area. Wildlife care groups are responsible for the training of their members and supporting them through their journey into wildlife caring.
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