The bad old days of zoos being stark concrete repositories for "collections" of caged, displaced animals are fortunately, for the most part, long gone. In the twenty first century, the majority of first-world zoos and wildlife parks now form a network of "stationary arks" where the welfare of the animals is given priority and endangered species breeding provides hope for the future.
Jersey Zoo, United Kingdom - Gerald Durrell's original "Stationary Ark"
Society for the Preservation of Raptors This not-for-profit volunteer group works closely with Eagles Heritage, networking across Western Australia to rescue and rehabilitate sick, injured and orphaned raptors.
Perth Raptor Care This raptor rehabilitation centre is located in Perth's eastern suburbs.
Western Australian Birds of Prey Centre Raptor rehabilitation centre based in the eastern suburbs with educational shows held at Whiteman Park. Home of Auzzie the Eagle, mascot to the West Coast Eagles Football Club.
EarthWings Raptor Rehabilitation and education in Nannup, Western Australia.