A safe haven for native animals

Our patients recover at our centre after treatment at Wildbase Hospital, they change regularly as they recover and are released back into the wild.

Our resident animals are with us all the time so there is always something to see.

Kāhu Ōtaki

Kāhu/Australasian Harrier Ōtaki

I was found on the roadside

Where have I come from?
I was found in Ōtaki in the Horowhenua Region

How have the vets helped me?
I was taken to Wildbase Hospital where I was treated for a fracture to my mandible/lower jaw. I was placed on cage rest with pain medication and soft food. I am now here to re-gain my strength before release.

I was released on the 2nd of November back in Ōtaki.