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Australian deployment ended – the Animal Evac team is back home

By Julia Wells | January 24, 2020

We’ve been blown away over the last few weeks by the generous donations and kind messages we have received.    As our deployment to Australia has now

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We need more volunteers!

By Steve Glassey | January 18, 2020

We know there is a lot of people who wanted to help the animals affected by the Australia Fires. We have a saying in disaster response “If you want to c

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Mr Shaky Head the Kangaroo

By Steve Glassey | January 18, 2020

We have a hard job on the ground, and stories like these break our hearts but this is what we are here to do. Help the animals on the ground affected by the A

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Australia Fires Update #5

By Sarah Lodge | January 18, 2020

Animal Evac New Zealand’s specialist disaster response team has now been deployed for 9 days in Australia. After a day of recommissioning equipment and wait

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Australia Fires Update #4

By Steve Glassey | January 15, 2020

Since our last update, the Animal Evac New Zealand’s specialist disaster response team have had some long, busy days. On Monday we welcomed additional membe

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Australia Fires Update #3

By Steve Glassey | January 12, 2020

More animals were saved today by Animal Evac New Zealand’s specialist disaster response team.  After four hours of searching fire destroyed habitat on

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Australia Fires Update #2

By Steve Glassey | January 10, 2020

In the last 48 hours, we have been on the ground in areas devastated by the wildfires. As the first international animal disaster response team to arrive (tha

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SAFE helps Animal Evac NZ to deploy to Australia Fires

By Steve Glassey | January 8, 2020

Animal Evac NZ is deploying a specialist team of volunteers to help with the Australia Fires. Can you help us be there for the animals?

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New Horse Emergency Plan Available

By Steve Glassey | January 3, 2020

Thanks to Horse SA, Animal Evac NZ has a free emergency planning guide available for horse owners to download.

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Co-located shelter exercise a first for New Zealand

By Steve Glassey | September 21, 2019

Animal Evac NZ made history today, with supporting the first co-located (human and animal) emergency shelter exercise that tested a local animal emergency man

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