Help & Support
Peggy Mc Donald has spent the last 25 years of her life pursuing the dream of providing a centre where birds of prey can be rehabilitated and released. Peggy who has a chronic auto-immune disease, has given everything, to build from the bottom up, a world class raptor rehab-facility. All of her efforts are completely voluntary requiring the help and support from those who care about her work.
This dream also involves seeing Australia move towards the forefront of raptor rehabilitation standards as is already evident in areas like the Gabbert Raptor Center at Minnesota University and the Abu Dabi Falcon Hospital (world's largest falcon hospital), where she has complete 4 internships over 5 months.
"Over the last 30 years I have been lucky enough to meet some truly wonderful and passionate people who have a love of Australian wildlife as well as a solid determination to continue to learn, share knowledge and to insure that when a bird of prey comes into care it receives the very best rehabilitation and veterinary practices we are able to offer. When a bird is finally released, it will have the best chance possible to not only survive but to thrive as well."
Major supporters and suppliers of bird food, medicines
and help with facility upgrades.
Sponsors of the amazing CCTV system – a game changer in the way birds can be viewed while in care