Fund-raising for Wellington Bird Rehabilitation Trust

$231 donated
Given by 10 generous donors in 12 days

Live stream event for - raising funds to help with the care of injured and orphaned birds.


Wellington Bird Rehabilitation Trust specialises in the care of waterfowl, but also takes in all kinds of native and non-native birds.

What does WBRT Do?

- Many of the rescued birds brought to WBRT are injured and require special care

- WBRT looks after and raises a large number of orphaned ducklings

- WBRT is part of the captive breeding program for the Brown Teal/Pateke.

There are only abour 2500 Pateke left in New Zealand, and WBRT's efforts have meant that eighteen ducklings have been successfully released back into the wild!

Over 1000 birds a year are helped by WBRT.

Help us help WBRT! Please donate if you can, but there are other ways to help!

You Can:

* Volunteer

* Save newspaper, shredded paper, and old towels to donate

* keep an eye out for fruit and vegetables that may be discarded by businesses and could be donated instead - ducks love veges and fruit!

* Adopt a bird

For more information on ways to help WBRT please visit:

Victoria (Vicky) Holloway's involvement (page creator)

For this year's charity stream week, the Squibble Design Streaming Community is fund-raising for local charity Wellington Bird Rehabilitation Trust.

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The Painting is Now Varnished!  4 September 2020

The painting is now varnished and the auction finishes tonight!

Here is a quick video of the varnishing process!

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This campaign started on 23 Aug 2020 and ended on 4 Sep 2020.