Mandurah Wildlife Rescue to receive extra funding if Labor forms State Govt


Labor candidate Adam Woodage and Mandurah Wildlife Rescue owner Dot Terry-Bos.
Labor candidate Adam Woodage and Mandurah Wildlife Rescue owner Dot Terry-Bos.

A LABOR Government would help Mandurah Wildlife Rescue treat and care for animals 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.

MORE: Alfred Cove Wave Park lease to be drawn up after Melville councillors approve

MORE: Perth Modern School parents give Labor plan to relocate low grade

MORE: Cockburn and Melville mayors trade blows in Roe row

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.”