In The News
Since our inception, Native Wildlife Rescue has worked with local media outlets to highlight the plight of our region’s endemic species and the destruction of their habitats — the very environments that play a vital role in their survival.
In particular, we would like to thank Southern Highlands News, Illawarra Mercury, South Coast Register, ABC Illawarra, WIN Television and Highlife Magazine for their ongoing support and coverage. Thank you to Highlife’s Tony Sheffield for his beautiful images of our wildlife in rehabilitation and to the editor and publishers.
Southern Highland News
A PHOTOGRAPHIC exhibition about Australia’s native wildlife is running at Bowral’s Milk Factory Gallery. Rescued opened last Saturday and will run until August 31.
Rescued is a limited presentation of Australian native wildlife in care and rehabilitation by esteemed nature photographer Warren Wilson.
Mr Wilson is a resident exhibitor and an advocate of Australian wildlife rescue and rehabilitation. The headline event for the first Wildlife Gathering in the Southern Highlands is Rescued. Wildlife Gathering is presented by the Milk Factory and Wildlife Rescue South Coast (WRSC). Part of Warren Wilson’s and the exhibition’s proceeds will be donated to Wildlife Rescue South Coast and its operations in the Highlands.
Media Release: Wildlife Exhibition in Bowral, NSW
The Southern Highlands’ acclaimed Milk Factory Gallery, Native Wildlife Rescue and Wildlife Rescue South Coast Inc (WRSC) are delighted to bring to the region the 1st Annual Wildlife Gathering, which will be headlined by the exclusive photographic retrospective, “Rescued”— a limited presentation of Australian native wildlife in care and rehabilitation by the esteemed Australian nature photographer and Australian Geographic contributor, Warren Wilson.
The exhibition will run from August 2 – 31, 2014, at the Milk Factory Gallery in Bowral, NSW.
A resident exhibitor and an advocate of Australian wildlife rescue and rehabilitation, Wilson’s stunning images reveal the captivating animals’ fragility and plight and their significant contribution to the natural splendour of the Southern Highlands region and beyond. (c) Photo by Warren Wilson.
Southern Highlands News
ANIMALS will be celebrated at a new exhibition opening in Bowral. The Milk Factory Gallery and Wildlife Rescue South Coast (WRSC) present the first annual Wildlife Gathering in the Highlands. The event will be headlined by the exclusive photographic exhibition, Rescued.
Rescued is a limited presentation of Australian native wildlife in care and rehabilitation by esteemed nature photographer Warren Wilson. Mr Wilson is a resident exhibitor and an Australian wildlife rescue and rehabilitation advocate.