Links - This site
About Us - who we are, what we do.
Assistance - who to call if you find a sick, injured or orphaned raptor
What to Do - if you find a sick, injured or orphaned raptor
Education / Events - where to find us at an event near you.
Downloads - raptor fact sheets and other interesting documents
Membership - information on joining the Society for the Preservation of Raptors (Inc.)
Meet the Birds - a photo gallery featuring the Society's beautiful education birds.
Species Listing - a list and links to information on native Australian raptor and owl species.
Contact Us - Phone, write, fax or e-mail us
Links - Society Members
Eagles Heritage - Raptor wildlife centre in Margaret River, WA.  The southern hemisphere's largest bird of prey centre.
Perth Raptor Care - Raptor rehabilitation in Perth, WA.
Western Australian Bird of Prey Centre - Raptor rehabilitation and education in Perth, WA.
EarthWings - Raptor rehabilitation in Nannup, WA.
Raptor Presentations - Need interpretive signage? Like some coordinated interactive activites for your school or group? Raptor Presentations has all you need.
Links - Other pages of interest
Western Australian Wildlife Rehabilitation Council - the peak body supporting wildlife rehabilitators in WA. The Society for the Preservation of Raptors Inc is a member organisation.
Department of Parks and Wildlife - The governing authority for wildlife in Western Australia.
Queensland Wildlife Rehabilitation Council - the peak body supporting wildlife rehabilitators in Queensland.
Victorian Wildlife Council - the peak body supporting wildlife rehabilitators in Victoria.
NSW Wildlife Council - the peak body supporting wildlife rehabilitators in New South Wales.
Australian Fauna Care - This site hosts an Australia-wide directory of wildlife rehabilitators.
Australian Wildlife Rehabilitation Conferences - Every two years, Australian Wildlife Rehabilitators meet to discuss how we can better care for our precious wildlife.
Wildlife Friendly Fencing - This project is raising awareness of the impact of barbed wire and netting on Australian wildlife and developing guidelines for good practice.
Wildlife Preservation Society of Australia - WPSA was formed in Sydney in May 1909 to preserve and protect Australia's unique native fauna and flora.
International Fund for Animal Welfare - IFAW sponsors the National Wildlife Rehabilitation Conference and acts in the interests of animals all over the world.
International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council - An international group for wildlife rehabilitators.
International Association of Avian Trainers and Educators - An association for bird trainers from all around the world.
Links - Pages which have exchanged links with us
Western Tourist Radio - Discover WA. A great website to plan your West Australian holiday.