La­bor can­di­date backs wildlife funds

Mandurah Coastal Times - - ADVERTISEMENT -

A LA­BOR Gov­ern­ment would help Man­durah Wildlife Res­cue treat and care for wildlife to the tune of $40,000 so they can be re­leased back into the en­vi­ron­ment.

Ev­ery year Man­durah Wildlife Res­cue helps wildlife that needs their care.

Man­durah Wildlife Res­cue is a not-for-profit or­gan­i­sa­tion that runs en­tirely on vol­un­teer help and com­mu­nity sup­port.

Dawesville La­bor can­di­date Adam Woodage said that the Peel Re­gion was blessed with a huge va­ri­ety of wildlife.

“Man­durah Wildlife Res­cue does a great job look­ing af­ter in­jured wildlife that comes into the cen­tre ev­ery year,’’ he said.

“Fund­ing would help Man­durah Wildlife Res­cue in their ef­forts to treat and care for wildlife as well as re­ha­bil­i­tate and re­lease them back into their en­vi­ron­ment.”

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