Animal and wildlife refuges band together to save animals as WA bushfires rage

Samantha Ferguson
By Samantha Ferguson
February 7 2022 - 11:00pm
River Wren Rescue has over 300 animals on the property, and volunteers stayed overnight in case of a bushfire evacuation. Photo: River Wren Rescue Facebook.

As a number of bushfires tear across Western Australia, the impact on local wildlife has been vast with thousands of hectares of land and bush being burnt.

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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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