This strange and gentle creature is only found in the forests of Australia. But their habitat is endangered.
This koala has developed a disease and needs to be taken to the specialist hospital. These volunteers persuade the koala out of a tree and take it for treatment.
Jim Scott makes sure the eagles are exercised and fed after their long journey. Tomorrow they will be released in a ceremony led by native Alaskan Indians.
Wendy feeds little boy koala 'Jim Beam' who she hand reared.
This koala called Pebbles can't be released because she has a damaged jaw and can't eat enough leaves to survive. Wendy has to hand feed her a special drink.
Glenys takes the koala who had a shattered leg for a check up with the vet.
Glenys hand feeds a badly injured koala who was run over by a car. She's so cuddly looking and fluffy. She's not well enough to go outside.
Every November 4,000 bald eagles arrive at the town of Haines in the south west of Alaska, attracted by the thousands of salmon that return to the river each year.
Glenys shows how being slow and calm helps wild koalas to stay calm when having treatment. They all like being stroked around the ears.
Pauline has to say goodbye to the badgers she has hand reared since they were babies.
This cute koala is being checked over for 'wet bottom' which is common in koalas.
Little orphan koala Jim Beam has injured himself so can't be released as planned. He has x-rays to see what's wrong.
This scientist is fitting collars onto wild koalas to try and find out more about them and help the species to survive.
Harry Kelton is a retired electrical engineer who runs a pelican sanctuary in Miami. He and his wife Darlene look after 100s of injured pelicans. From Return to the Wild: The Injured Pelican.
Pelicans have learned to live alongside humans but often get caught up in fishing hooks and lines. From Return to the Wild: The Injured Pelican.
Harry and his wife Darlene bring a pelican back to the sanctuary to x-ray its swollen leg. They take it to a vet to try and get the swelling to go down. From Return to the Wild: The Injured Pelican.