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Peo­ple were glow­ing in their praise of Pil­bara Wildlife Car­ers af­ter the group re­leased a sea ea­gle which had un­der­gone nearly 1000 days of re­hab this month.

This lady is a leg­end in Kar­ratha and has spent many, many years sav­ing wildlife. You must be sad, Rose, but also ex­tremely proud. The world needs more peo­ple like you.

Bev­er­ley An­der­son

. So glad to see you’re still do­ing such amaz­ing work for our wildlife Rose! Your ded­i­ca­tion and care is so in­spir­ing. Shan­non Bam­ford. An ex­am­ple to us all, Rose. I can imag­ine the emo­tions were run­ning high and what a fan­tas­tic out­come.

Paul Jag­ger. What a self­less job you did. Good work Rose. Happy to see it’s all bet­ter but sad as well I’m sure.

Emma Jane Mur­phy

. Plans for the fu­ture of Gre­gory’s Gorge were un­veiled last week to mixed re­ac­tions from the pub­lic. Peo­ple need to stop whing­ing and re­spect the lo­cal in­dige­nous cul­ture and what they are try­ing to achieve. Good to see some­one in­vest­ing time and money to pro­mote tourism in the re­gion, some­thing the area needs to fo­cus on since the re­sources boom has ended. I don’t mind pay­ing to go out there pro­vid­ing re­ceipts are is­sued and pro­ceeds go to help­ing the com­mu­nity with education etc.

Mark Wood. That’s all well and fine but some of us lo­cals just want to con­tinue us­ing it the way it was, ie an awe­some spot not over­crowded with a nice 4x4 track.

David Beck­mann Ju­nior. Posts and com­ments on Face­book may be pub­lished and edited for le­gal, con­tent or space rea­sons.

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