WIRES are putting the call out to anyone in the community, with a passionate for helping animals, to considering becoming a volunteer.
During the spring time, calls to WIRES go through the roof, the wildlife rescue organisation receiving around 600 calls a day.
In Spring, WIRES are always very active. With animals looking for food and water, shelter from the sun or rain, or a mate, and more new babies out and about, it means many of them can end up getting injured.
Volunteering does not require a certain level of commitment, and anyone can get on board to help give our wildlife a second chance.