Not-for-profit. Protecting the most threatened species and ecosystems in Australia and The Pacific Check our our upcoming volunteer adventures
Meet Pip a champion for conservation. As a biosecurity dog, Pip's job is to track down rats that have invaded predator free islands like here on Rotorua in New Zealand's Hauraki Gulf. Wild Mob was privileged to travel with Pip for a day and see her at work. She LOVES IT :-) :-) :-)
Beautiful Otata Island, Hauraki Gulf New Zealand. Amazing place, amazing people, amazing opportunities for conservation being realised
The Great Barrier Reef. 2018 has just got to be the year we turn coral reef conservation around. There is a growing army behind the conservation of these amazing ecosystems. Want join us?
Find out more by following the link in our bio!
Another day at work for Wild Mob amongst the Great Barrier Reef islands
The amount of small plastic debris our Youth Ambassador Briody managed to pick up in a single step on Turtle Bay, Brampton Island. Only together can we turn the tide on plastic in our oceans. (Photo by our amazing Youth Ambassador @zalirae)
Checking the fencing on our custom -built Nailtalk nursery in Avocet Nature Refuge. Mums are housed in the nursery until their babies are fully weened and independent. The young Nailtails are then housed until they weigh more than 3kgs (outside predator range). They are then released back into the main refuge to thrive and breed. Nifty! We're doing a huge wallaby census at Avocet in June/July and we need enthusiastic vollies to help us out. Find out more by following the link in our bio!
On Philip Island of Norfolk Island. What a landscape! Want to make a difference to one of the world's most important biodiversity hotspots? We have conservation trips running to Norfolk in April, July, September and November. Follow the link in our bio to find out more!
Another day, another plastic haul from the GBR islands. We'll keep fighting until the job is done! Photo by our amazing Youth Ambassador @zalirae...