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EAGLES NEST WILDLIFE HOSPITAL (by appointment only)
161 River Road
Millstream QLD 4888
Australia
eaglesnestwildlifehospital.org@gmail.com (preferred contact for non emergencies)

24 HOUR WILDLIFE EMERGENCY HOTLINE (07) 40 976 098
For appointments phone (07) 40 976 098 between 07.00 – 17.00

POSTAL ADDRESS
PO Box 282
Ravenshoe QLD 4888
Australia

MEDIA ENQUIRIES
ENWHmedia@gmail.com (email enquiries only, thank you)

CONTACTING EAGLES NEST

Please note that due to the recent media attention we have received, we have been inundated with phone calls and emails.

We ask that you please refrain from calling the wildlife hospital as our phone number is a WILDLIFE EMERGENCY HOTLINE.

We are grateful for the global media coverage we have had this week. An unintended consequence of this has been the volume of phone calls Harry is now fielding. We need you all to realize that the only phone line to Eagle’s Nest is the wildlife hotline. It truly must only be used for such, or Harry will end up missing an emergency and an animal may die as a result. For this reason, if you wish to volunteer or train and be assessed to take over and continue managing the Eagles Nest, please only use the email address below.

What he really needs right now are reliable, committed and trustworthy volunteers!

Please contact Harry on eaglesnestwildlifehospital.org@gmail.com and put in the subject line the following:

If you can volunteer in November (now) put “VOLUNTEER NOVEMBER”
If you can volunteer in December put “VOLUNTEER DECEMBER” and so on.

It may take Harry a short while to reply to your email, please be patient, it is all just one man and volunteers.

We urge everyone to assist us with donations. We are 100% dependent upon your donations to care for these beautiful animals. Your donation will be fully used for food, medical attention and to maintain the animal enclosures. We need your help as more and more animals are presenting every day!

Any donation, big or small, is greatly appreciated. Please click here for more information on how to donate.

Thank you for your support!

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99 comments

  1. Looking for a successor??? Someone who loves all animals?? With a 17 year old son who that feels the same?? Someone not squeamish? Someone with a knack for healing?? You have found her!!! I’m 45 years old, have 2 children, 14 dogs, 4 cats… I rescue anything that needs me!!.. I’m very interested and was just talking about getting out of here.. If you think you might give me a chance then just contact me @ TracyBaggett1971@Gmail.com. Please consider me for a successor… I won’t let the animals or you down.. Thank you .

  2. Hi
    I have just read an article about your beautiful sanctuary. It said you are looking for someone to learn and take on the job of caring for the animals and environment in which we all live. Many things the article states that you say ring true in both mine and my husbands hearts.

    I am not saying were perfect by any means but we love animals very much and have spoken often of such a place but no idea how to begin. Currently we live in the UK but are more than willing to emigrate we live on a farm and have done a bit of rescuing animals here red tailed lyres kestrels dogs cats chickens we would very like to do more but we only live on the farm and have a garden not own it so very limitted to space.
    I am a reiki master and crystal healer. I have done a care course in falconry. I have helped in rescuing horses my husband is very much an animal lover we are both very passionate about the state our world is in and how much needs to be done if we are to remain as a species on this planet. We know we have so much to learn but would love the opportunity to do so.
    I hope the article was right I joke you are looking and I hope even though we’re so far away you will at least consider us
    Much love to you and your art in in animal’s.
    Ben

  3. Hi
    I have just read an article about your beautiful sanctuary. It said you are looking for someone to learn and take on the job of caring for the animals and environment in which we all live. Many things the article states that you say ring true in both mine and my husbands hearts.

    I am not saying were perfect by any means but we love animals very much and have spoken often of such a place but no idea how to begin. Currently we live in the UK but are more than willing to emigrate we live on a farm and have done a bit of rescuing animals here red tailed lyres kestrels dogs cats chickens we would very like to do more but we only live on the farm and have a garden not own it so very limitted to space.
    I am a reiki master and crystal healer. I have done a care course in falconry. I have helped in rescuing horses my husband is very much an animal lover we are both very passionate about the state our world is in and how much needs to be done if we are to remain as a species on this planet. We know we have so much to learn but would love the opportunity to do so.
    I hope the article was right I joke you are looking and I hope even though we’re so far away you will at least consider us
    Much love to you and your art in in animal’s.
    Ben

  4. Hi
    I have just read an article about your beautiful sanctuary. It said you are looking for someone to learn and take on the job of caring for the animals and environment in which we all live. Many things the article states that you say ring true in both mine and my husbands hearts.

    I am not saying were perfect by any means but we love animals very much and have spoken often of such a place but no idea how to begin. Currently we live in the UK but are more than willing to emigrate we live on a farm and have done a bit of rescuing animals here red tailed lyres kestrels dogs cats chickens we would very like to do more but we only live on the farm and have a garden not own it so very limitted to space.
    I am a reiki master and crystal healer. I have done a care course in falconry. I have helped in rescuing horses my husband is very much an animal lover we are both very passionate about the state our world is in and how much needs to be done if we are to remain as a species on this planet. We know we have so much to learn but would love the opportunity to do so.
    I hope the article was right I joke you are looking and I hope even though we’re so far away you will at least consider us
    Much love to you and your art in in animal’s.
    Ben

  5. Hi im from Ukrenian, i love animals
    and if you really want to send home with the animals I could take this responsibility, if you do not confuse what I am at the other end of the planet.

  6. I am a veterinarian in the US, board certified specialist, with a practice exclusive to exotic, avian and wildlife species. I have recently sold my practice and am looking to pursue a way in which I can make a difference in the world with my work. I have extensive training and experience in wildlife and rehabilitation medicine and have run multiple facilities. If you would like to talk further, please feel free to contact me.

    Thank you.

  7. Hello! My name is Bek and I’ve just read an article claiming that you’re looking for a successor to take on the responsibilities at your beautiful sanctuary. I am 20 years old and currently work at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital, so I already have the pleasure of working with so many amazing Aussie animals. Both my parents are wildlife vets, so I have grown up surrounded by and learning how to look after native wildlife. Caring for animals is like second nature to me and there’s nothing I’d rather dedicate my life to. If you are willing to have me, I would love to meet you and see your facilities and potentially do some training with you to see if I am the kind of person you are looking for to take on this role. Thank you!!

  8. Hello dear kind people who take care of gods angels. I would like to keep this simple and very clear. My name is Alicia Marie I have been a human angel who has always preferred animals over humans. Animals have been my friends, my confidante and my family my whole life. As a child I wanted to be a vet or a marine biologist and save animals and I’ve always wanted a sanctuary to keep them safe from society that harms them and doesn’t know their treasures of god. I am a young .. very young 44 year old woman and I can help the animals and I want to. My passion in life is animals yoga and music. I’m pretty simple. I could go on an on about myself but I believe this is a good start.

  9. I was reading about your wanting someone to take over for the sanctuary. Would people who are not Australian be acceptable if they were truly interested in the running of the sanctuary? I have a small group of friends and we are looking to live somewhere where we can raise animals and this seems to be a natural extension of what we were intending a way to give back to nature by caring for those that cannot. I don’t want to suggest it however if it is not permissible or you are adamant about a fellow countryman taking charge. But I wanted to ask you first and see if it was even a possibility.

  10. I have seen your plea for a successor for your wild life hospital. I am wondering the requirements that my partner and I would need.

    We are a energetic couple that would love to take a passion like yours and continue the legacy. We have always talked about a passion like this but struggled to see how we could make it a reality.

    At this current moment we have no nursing abilities or training but this sounds like the type of opertunity we would look at getting the training for to undertake.

    We have a keen love for animals and would like to find out more about your passion you have started.
    Kind regards

  11. Hi I read an article that you are looking for a successor. I would like to be concidered please. I live in the UK and do alot of rescue work here myself. Taking in alot of reptiles such as water dragons, bearded dragons, crested geckos, tortoise ect.. i also rescue parrots i have yellow fronted amazons and cockatoos, as well as dogs, rabbits, ferrets ect.. this year has been a tough one for me due to personal illness but these animals get me through it every single day! I am now medically fit with the help of all my animals. I have been looking into opening a sanctuary myself and i would love to visit yours one day. I am travelling to new south wales in april and then up to brisbane i would love to pop in and admire all the hard work you have put in. Thanks for the concideration Zoe 🙂

  12. Wow I just read your article, you are amazing, a quiet Steve Urwin from Austria 🙂 This would be an awesome opportunity for the right person I quite often wonder how I could set up an animal sanctuary similar, peoples cruelty and the environments changing so quickly our animals are becoming endangered. It saddens me and I make a point to teach my son the importance of every animal is put here for a reason they have some sort of job to keep the circle of life and their environments going.
    Good Luck
    Safe Travels

  13. Hey. I read you post like a lot of people. Im probably not the one your looking for but I’m a 21 year old female thats unemployed because I can’t find anything i like to do for work but I have my heart set on being a vet nurse. I enjoy the journey helping animals of all sorts come back to good health. I’ve dealt with more than a dog or cat. I’ve encountered a wide variety of animals in my lifetime. Birds. Reptiles. All farm animals big and small. And of course dogs and cats. Poultry of all sorts and a fair amount of wildlife. If your interested in someone like me who has nothing to loose than contact me if you wish. I hope whoever gets given this opportunity takes is seriously and enjoys every day of it.

  14. Hi Ben
    I couldn’t find how else to contact you, but like everyone else, I saw an article about looking for a successor. I would have preferred more personal method of contact but I guess this is my only option.
    I might not have degrees or certifications, and I might be young, but I promise you I have more passion and love for animals than anyone.
    I’ve searched in torrential downpours in the woods for nests because I’ve found misplaced eggs, I’ve moved my entire life in the past purely for the animals in my life and their happiness. I’ve fought tooth and nail to protect animals countless times. I feel more for animals than anything else in world.
    The first time I ever saw a grizzly bear was the happiest moment of my life, I cried. I dream of seeing so many amazing wild animals, just to see them.
    Originally from a big city, I sold everything and moved out to the mountains with my partner where life feels right. My partner (33) is currently enrolled in school out here, and his program is actually called Mountain Adventure Skills Training. Hes learned everything that involves the wilderness and being outdoors, because like me he wants a life and career based around just that.
    At 25, I have an insane hunger to learn everything there is about animals and saving them. All my life, I’ve never really known what I wanted to be, but I’ve always known without a shadow of a doubt, it has to involve animals.
    I cried reading the article about you looking for a successor, it’s so perfect and amazing. I’m realistic, you’ve obviously gotten thousands of applicants. I don’t know of you’ll even see this, haha. But I hope you so, and I hope you see how much I really truly love animals, and how absolutely amazing it would be to me to be able to have a life helping and taking care of them.

    And, one more added thing concerning drug dealers trying to convince you to sell your land. I will not bend under pressure, or ever consider selling.
    Thank you for your consideration
    Sierra

  15. Hi Harry,
    I am from Melbourne, Australia and am very interested in taking the role of caring for and helping the animals and being the possible new successor for the sanctuary. When I saw you were looking for a new person to continue your life’s work, I could immediately find myself and my partner filling this position and helping to carry on your legacy.
    My partner and myself have a deep passion for animals and really want to pursue this field of work where we can help save and care for animals for the rest of our lives. It would be our greatest pleasure to be able to live out our dreams and this would be the perfect opportunity to do this.
    I also have quite a fair bit of experience with animals, volunteering in a few animal shelters and also in Healesville Sanctuary in Melbourne.
    We are aware that this will be hard work but we are willing to put in the effort to help the animals. We hope you consider us as potential candidates for this position and look forward to hearing back from you.
    Sincerely,
    Jess and Tom

  16. Dear Friends of Eagles Nest,
    I am an avid lover and carer for all things animal and am more than a little interested in your offer to take over the running of the sanctuary. I was wondering if the story run by the papers is perhaps true and if so, how I would go about applying. Thank you for your contribution to the care and protection of australia’s precious native wildlife. Regards, Brittany

  17. Hello – I have volunteered at many rescues since I was a teenager – everything from cats & dogs and all kinds of barn animals to wolves. I am at a place in life where I am ready and able to take on something like this. My daughter is 20 and is also a huge animal lover. In addition, I have a few friends who are very experienced in animal care & rehabilitation. I’d welcome the opportunity to come out and be trained/mentored by you. The passion and compassion I feel for all animals plus my work ethic would make me an excellent candidate for this opportunity. I hope you will consider meeting with me ruthanderson11@gmail..com
    Thank you,
    Ruth

  18. Dear Harry,

    I have just seen an article posted online here in the U.K about your amazing sanctuary and that you are looking for a successor. I admit when I first read the article, I thought it couldn’t possibly be true – a once in a lifetime opportunity to do what I’ve always dreamt of doing and caring for animals in need!

    So I thought I’d get in touch to see if you’re still searching for the right people.

    I am, naturally, a huge animal lover and always have been from a young age. I have always dreamt of working with animals but have never had the means to do so, and have therefore ended up working in the corporate world for some years. I see this as being of great advantage as I’d have the business acumen needed to keep the sanctuary running properly and keep it doing what it does best – saving animals!

    I currently live with my partner in the UK but would happily move for this incredible opportunity.

    If you would like to get in touch, please do! I have filled out my details below.

  19. Hi there,

    I saw that you’re trying to find someone to take over for you? I’m sure you have probably recieved many interested messages and such, but I wanted to reach out and see what my chances would be. I’ve worked at two zoos, and I’m currently working at my local animal shelter. I can’t say I know everything I would need to, but I can say that I learn very quickly. I love animals with everything I have, and I have always wanted to eventually start my own reserve and rescue center. I’ve just never gotten the chance. Perhaps I will when I’m older. Right now, I am in school, 24 years old, and working full time. I have 3 rescue animals and one other cat. I live with my long term boyfriend. We would have no issues moving if offered this opportunity! We live in Alabama, USA. I know that it would take a lot of steps to move, but we are more than willing!

    I hope to hear from you!
    xx.mermaid.soul.xx@gmail.com

  20. Hello, hope all is well and I pray the animals are doing well. I read your article for someone to take over for you at a point and time, I was wondering if you still are? If so, I would like to offer myself and my family. We are animal lovers of all kind and we are against hunting unless its for survival. I am also an animal activist and transporter for North Carolina, USA. My children and I volunteer at our local animal shelter. We only have rescued animals. We believe that they are our family as well as animals of nature. We would love to at least be a part of your sanctuary if not the successors. Hope yall are doing great and I send my love to the animals and yall for this miracle that you have accomplished. Blessed Be! My email is gritsslugger3@yahoo.com

  21. I bet your emails have exploded! 💥💥💥

    My name is Nicky. I am currently a Senior Animal Manager at Wildwood Trust. A charity in Kent,England.

    I have dedicated the last 6 years to my work, it has become my life.

    At present I work with rescue bears, Lynx, countless birds and carnivores. However my experience extends to wolves, elephants, wallabys, giraffes, Tapir, Great Apes and Primates – just to name a few.

    I have to be loving, but fast, caring, but officiant in my job. Each animal I treat like a person: I talk to them, love them and treat them like I know them personally.

    I think what you’re doing is amazing. I’d give an animal my last meal over myself if it came down to it.

    Anything I can do to put back into nature makes me happy.

    If you ever see this, please let me say, “you should be proud of your selfless acts, and I hope you find someone to continue your legacy”

  22. I just want to wish you many best wishes for your finding a wonderful new caregiver. This would be a dream come true for so many. Good for you to open your hearts and for all you do.

    I’m sure you must have fabulous support with volunteers and staff to help with so many animals. So hopefully you find the right person to carry on your dream. I wish I could do such a thing. Wow.

  23. Morning Guys

    Is it at all possible to come out and camp and do some volunteer work with you guya over the december january period? I have a 4yo and a 10yo who are extremely passionate about animal care work and an amazing husband who has spent all his childhood helping his family care for faem animals who would be such a help to you. I myself am a qualified paramedic so hopefully I would also be useful after being shown through the ropes.

  24. I have just read the article about your selling. I do hope you will consider me. I may be young (19) but all I’ve wanted to do is care for animals my whole life.
    I am super willing to learn and work with anyone else you think would be good for the job.
    The animals will always come first for me.
    Please consider me.
    Kayla

  25. Hi I see you have some lovely people wanting to carry on your work, so I will not bother you, good luck in your search, I know how hard this would be. Wildlife is our planets life, you have a huge heart.
    Be at peace from one planet love to another

  26. Thank you for all you do for the animals. Each animal is unique and special in its own way, needing and deserving love and care. I wish there were more people like you in this world. You have the best job in the world. What you do for these animals would be a dream come true for me. Thank you and many blessings for protecting these precious souls.

  27. Dear harry

    You are a very special human being and I so wish you were the “norm” instead of the exception in this sick world. Thank you for everything you do and for trying so hard to find the perfect people to carry on your work. I would love to do it but I’m probably not skilled enough to take on that work. BUT I am very good with websites and with marketing especially online and using digital media. SO if I can help with your organisations internet profile development, promotions, google rankings etc at all please don’t hesitate to let me know. Just email me if interested. Cheers

  28. What an amazing thing you are doing! You have my ultimate respect as a fellow animal lover (rescuer)! Best of luck with your endeavor. I rescue wild animals here when needed but, being from the U.S., Ive never worked with some that are in your care. Its heartwarming to know that places like this exist. Thank you, sir, for your commitment to those without voices.

  29. Hi my name is Evangeline, I am a enthusiastic 20year old from Innisfail and I am currently a conversation worker for green army(conservation volunteers Australia) in my local area and our goal is to reclaim, re propagate and maintain and control pest weeds, our current aim is to the cassowaries and saving their rapidly disappearing habitats. I would really love to to have a chat and learn some of your wisdom I’m not interested in the land only your wisdom and knowledge ☺️

    Sincerely,
    Evangeline Strutt

  30. What a fantastic thing you have accomplished in your life. Been a dream of mine for as long as I can remember. My obsession with animals began early when I was a child and I first saw the baby seal hunt. I would love to hear how you accomplished this as I have just left my crazy job in Washington DC and decided there is no time like the present to begin my dream.
    Helen Demes

  31. I love what you are doing. I am actually in school for zoology to eventually do exactly what you are doing. You are an amazing man and I hope you find someone who does what you do as well as you. You are one of my heros. Keep up the good work. The animals need you. My father taught me to love all animals and to help them whenever I can. He is my biggest hero and I hope one day I can make him proud by doing exactly what you are doing.

  32. Hi,

    It’s unlikely that you’ll want to leave your life’s work in the hands of a 23 year old animal behaviour student with only a couple years of industrial animal experience, however, I would love the opportunity to even volunteer at your wildlife hospital. My goal in life is to work with animals rehabilitating them and if possible, releasing them back to their natural habitats. This sounds like an amazing place and I would love an opportunity to work/volunteer there, hopefully working my way up to possibly helping run it. But as long as I’m working with and helping animals, I’m more than happy. I would gladly move to Queensland for this opportunity, I have more passion than you can shake a stick at. It’s always been a dream to travel the world and end up finding a place like yours an working there. I would love this opportunity and think that with a little guidance I would more than up for this responsibility. I love animals and have had many of my own. I have worked with many different species of raptor for over a year now along with huskies and several mammals. My fiancée and I would love this opportunity. This sounds like a once in a lifetime opportunity and whoever you chose will be a very lucky person.

    It’s doubtful that I’ll hear back, but I can hope, so that’s what I’ll do.

    Hoping to hear back from you,

    Jasmine

  33. Good day sir!
    I am sorry to hear you are retiring from such a wonderful career. You are a true shepherd of the earth and i hope you find a suitable replacement.
    I have been a wildlife lover my entire life, but have been caught up with modern day trappings (rent, auto payments, job and so on) that have limited my outdoor experiences.
    The opportunity to learn and care for animals has always been a passion I have wanted to follow.
    I am a 45 year old pool industry professional and looking for a new beginning. Something that matters. Something that will do the world some good.
    I am no stranger to hard work and would like to transition into a minimalist lifestyle. Personal prifit is no interest of mine, only knowledge and the ability to continue.
    On a lighter note, moving to Australia would eliminate my need to vote in the US again.
    I would like thank you for your time and wish you good luck in your search.

  34. I am heading there in February and plan to come and see your place. I was a former zoo keeper and work with wild black bears in Minnesota. If the job is still open I will inquire.

  35. How can you say that he won’t be of able finding someone else than you with a deeper love of animals?! I myself do love them very deeply and have even a lot of a respect to them than people, that besides of the number of people like me out there in the world and to whom this is a ‘DREAM JOB’.

    I just learned of Mr Kunz’s research of someone who would be able to run his sanctuary through a video on Facebook and I sincerly couldn’t believe my eyes, I camed here on a hurry but was really surprised of the amount of requests and after that I read some of them, I knew that I have no chance comparing myself to them, that’s the reason why I won’t be of sending one, other ways, I would have loved too because that is HEAVEN on earth for me!!

    Hopefully that the sanctuary won’t get run by some random guys and that Mr Kunz will be able of finding the very right one for it.

    Best regards from Morocco,

    Ayoub

  36. Hi, Harry Kuntz and staff!

    I just read news about all the amazing work you’ve been doing for the animals and your wish to retire. My name is Jonatas Costa and I believe you guys know by now that I’m a foreigner. It might be impossible maybe because of my nationality or my age. But this wildlife hospital is something fantastic. I’ve never heard about this kind of hospital here in Brazil and this search you’re doing is crazy. Crazy enough to make me write to you now and hope for a turn in my life. I’m a teacher, but not a very happy one. Since I was a child, my dream was to become a veterinary doctor and take care of the animals my way, without asking for money. But it’s impossible in Brazil. If the veterinary doctors do so, they lose their right to take care of the animals and they can’t even buy the materials for helping them anymore. Things are a little messed up here. There still are many steps ahead of me to make this veterinary dream come true. Even without the necessary knowledge, even not being australian, I want to apply. If there is no better option left, try considering me. I’d leave my country behind and I’d learn everything as fast as possible.

    Greetings

  37. Dear sir,

    Wauw what a lot of reactions from people who are willing to help you. That must be over welling and wonderful.

    We would also love to help you.
    My husband is truck driver and drivers through Canada and the US and I am a loving mother of our 6 year old son.

    We both come from a small farm and love animals. We would love to help you and learn from you and slowly take it all off your hands.

    Wish you all the luck with finding the one person to take care of your live work.

    With kind regards,

    Jonathan and Marieke Bentvelzen

  38. I am writing today after thinking about the sanctuary for many days. It has touched my soul in ways that not many would understand.

    Several years ago my life was in a very dark place. Somehow life did not want me to stop living. My sister thought that if I could just find that spark, it would make all the difference. She found a live feed of a Peregrine nest near our old home and said it was amazing. So I went to it.

    And. It. Changed. Me. Forever.

    Looking into the eyes of that Peregrine sitting on her 3 eggs shook me to my core. She was so very beautiful. And fierce.

    I was hooked. I learned everything I could about them. Spent hours on that cam. Became invested. Started a Facebook page for the Peregrine nest that has over 1000 likes. Have friends that I am still connected to today. And met the love of my life.

    Raptors have come to mean rebirth, survival and peace to me. There is nothing I love more than to monitor a nest of Peregrines.

    My boyfriend and I dream of the day when we can have our own slice of heaven to rescue the animals we love (we have 6 cats, 2 were adopted, 2 were given up, and 2 were rescued, the latest one had to have one eye removed). We both love Parrots and have had those as well. We both want to be rehabilitators. And it will all happen in time.

    Many blessings for all you do.

    You give me hope.

    Namaste.

  39. Volunteer December.
    I am looking to move to Australia. I have a bachelor degree in zoology and animals are my life and love. I’d love to continue your work!

  40. I simply love animals, never eat them , never exploit them. And most importantly would love to care for them and return them to their natural environment where possible.

  41. Hi harry,

    I have been talking with my partner who you have met before at your sanctuary about coming up and doing some volunteer workin october. My partner in a number of zoos. She volunteered at the darlingdowns zoo where she was then given employment and she has travelled overseas and volenteered in zoos in africa and malaysia. She has a deep passion and love for all animals and their wellbeing. She has since started a position in retail and quickly moved up the ranks as a manager but her true passion lies with animals. I am a painter/plasterer with vast range of skills in the construction industry and would be more than capable of supporting us if we were considered in relocating and continueing your lifes work and i would strive to do my best to help maintain and build the sanctuary you have created. We have holidays bookes for mid october for two weeks of which we would like to come up and volunteer at your sanctuary and discuss further about this opportunity ro ensure this is a right fit for both parties. Look forward to hearing from you soon.
    Joey and tailah

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