Animal and wildlife refuges band together to tend to and evacuate animals impacted by WA bushfires

Samantha Ferguson
By Samantha Ferguson
Updated February 9 2022 - 6:16am, first published February 7 2022 - 1:39am
HAZARD: The bushfires blazing across WA are putting local animals and wildlife at risk, with volunteers dedicating their time to evacuating and protecting them. Photos: K9 Dog Rescue and River Wren Rescue.

With a number of bushfires tearing across the WA landscape over the past week, the impact on local wildlife has been vast with thousands of hectares of land and bush being burnt down.

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Samantha Ferguson

Samantha Ferguson is a journalist at the Mandurah Mail. She has a special interest in Old Hollywood cinema and Dystopian Fiction and enjoys writing about an array of diverse topics - particularly human interest stories.

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