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Become a Wildlife Warrior

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Having done so much for wildlife conservation already, Steve and Terri Irwin only wanted to do more – so they started a non-profit charity, Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors, in 2002 as a way to include and involve other caring people to support the protection of injured, threatened or endangered wildlife.

Today, passionate Wildlife Warriors all over the world continue to save the precious lives of our wildlife, by supporting nine conservation projects around the world, including our biggest project the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital.

You can become part of a global force working to preserve wildlife and wild places, to find out how you can become a Wildlife Warrior, head to wildlifewarriors.org.au

 

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