Roo Gully Wildlife Sanctuary Incorporated

Roo Gully Wildlife Sanctuary
became incorporated under the Associations Incorporation Act 1987, Western Australia,
and therefore gained its charity status,
on 22nd October 2002.

Now known as - Roo Gully Wildlife Sanctuary Incorporated
Registered No: A1010633G
ABN: 94 601 390 110

Important Notice for all Australians
Roo Gully Wildlife Sanctuary Incorporated
became a Deductible Gift Recipient on the 19th August 2004,
which means, for all Australians, any donation over $2 is tax deductible.
Australians, to qualify for this please make any cheques payable to
Roo Gully Wildlife Sanctuary Incorporated - Public Fund.

THE AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE CHARITY

Care

To provide primary care and first aid to sick, injured and orphaned Australian wildlife
To provide permanent care for those Australian wildlife unsuitable for rehabilitation.
To provide veterinary equipment for the care of Australian wildlife at Roo Gully
(in particular Xray and anaesthetic equipment to be used by qualified veterinary personnel).

Research

To provide research towards the production of a Macropod Veterinary science book,
which has been identified as lacking in the resources for care of Australian wildlife.
To study the anatomy, physiology, biology and behaviour of Australian Wildlife.
To participate in endangered breeding programmes for Australian wildlife.
To continue research into the development of more suitable and effective anaesthetics,
medications and the treatment of Australian wildlife diseases.
To develop more effective methods of care for Australian wildlife in particular the unfurred marsupial and the older joey.
To improve the release, rehabilitation and relocation practices for young adolescent and adult macropods.

Education

To develop methods of education which promote honesty and truth in the care of macropods
and to dispelmyths and inaccuracies in current educational material.
To provide a facility for schools and other groups to access educational material and expertise about Australian wildlife.
To offer places for animal behavioural research students from Australia and overseas to study Australian wildlife at Roo Gully.
To offer specialised 'carers' courses for Australian Wildlife.
To develop a central data bank which can be accessed from Australia and overseas to provide information
about the care and veterinary treatment of Australian wildlife.
To progress the development of an interactive Interpretive Centre showing the history and biology of Australian wildlife.

The Committee for 2009 - 2010
Executive Committee
Jim
Mike

Jim McGhie
Chairperson & Correspondence Secretary

Michael Nix
Vice Chairperson

Carol
Jill
Shelley
Carol Lander
Secretary
Jill Watson CPA
Treasurer
Shelley Bates
Minutes Secretary


Committee
Anita
Bob
James
Sheila
Anita Bell
Bob Bell
James Hands
Sheila Howat

Norma
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to be Added
Jules
Norma McGhie
Paula Taylor
Dr. Jules Vandenbergh B.Sc. B.V.M.S.

 

Public Fund Committee

Shelley Bates
Dr. Graham Calley

Jim McGhie
Jill Watson CPA

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