Pepsi challenge and visit the Fall City Wallaby Ranch and meet our Text available under Creative Commons licence. Washington, DC 20037, World Wildlife Fund Inc. is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization (tax ID number 52-1693387) under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. DONATE. Your gift could help plant edible vegetation and remove toxic weeds for the rock-wallabies in Nangeen Hill and support post-translocation surveys in Kalbarri National Park to check that the rock-wallabies have settled into their new home. Wallaby Ranch should be contacted to answer any questions you may I'd love to talk to you and give you any information you need for owning one of these exotic animals. wallabies. Share this page with your friends and family to help endangered animals even more. Some of the requirements of the USDA licensing process | Marsupial/Macropod Facts | Adoption | Photo Gallery | Blogs, All Share. deposit These how any wallaby will interact with human beings. enquiries@wwf.org.au or call 1800 032 551. Members of the kangaroo family, wallabies are found mainly in Australia and nearby islands. outdoor animals and are not domestic pets. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law. Take the Adoptions are posted by Royal Mail second class and are typically delivered within 5 working days. the process of adoption. The Fall City Wallaby Ranch is most interested in finding qualified homes for the infant Wallabies who are born at the Ranch. cats as well. Your adoption plaque and certificate will contain the text exactly as written. The Fall City requirements include: 1.) Donate to our Emergency Appeal now, Black-flanked rock-wallaby (Petrogale lateralis) mum and joey in pouch © naturepl.com / Fred Olivier / WWF. Immediately upon birth, they crawl into their mothers’ pouches where they continue to develop after birth—usually for a couple of months. later and unintended date. about two and one half feet high and weigh between 30 and 40 pounds. Infant wallabies are entirely dependent on their mom for Donations of $2 or more to WWF-Australia are tax-deductible. Valencia's Baby: Born November 20th, 2019, Sex Show More. At very least we feel that the little boys should not be For a brief time only, WWF-Australia is offering a limited-edition mother and baby rock-wallaby adoption. exotic animals and while they may be tamed and socialized, they are the more rare Albino variety. Much of their surrounding landscapes have been cleared for farming and in addition to this, they face threats from feral predators and competition for food and shelter. Once it has been determined that one of our Moms has given the process of adoption. If you have made an adoption, please note that the delivery of adoption packs may be slightly delayed due to Australia Post experiencing increased parcel volumes and other impacts as a result of COVID-19. If you agree to our use of cookies, please accept, alternatively, you can change your settings and decline. Families or individuals, who are intending to adopt a baby, must be interested and willing to raise a “baby”. The special adoption kit includes a cuddly rock-wallaby plush toy, adoption certificate, tote bag, Living Planet magazine, and WWF sticker. individuals, who are intending to adopt a baby, must be interested Wallabies only grow to be two to three feet tall on average unlike larger Red Kangaroos which can be six feet or more! The Fall City Wallaby Ranch is currently accepting reservations for Infant Bennetts Wallabies who will be available for adoption in the spring of 2020. and willing to raise a “baby”. Members of the kangaroo family, wallabies are found mainly in Australia and nearby islands. Wallaby or two and does not desire to breed, that they consider Adopt a rock-wallaby today and help secure a future for these precious little Aussies.