We support the request for DBCA officers in Mandurah

There are currently no DBCA officers stationed in Mandurah. When a stranded, sick or entangled dolphin is found in the area, they have to wait for a team to be deployed from another region. Sometimes the wait is too long, and they die, despite the efforts of local volunteers.

You can sign this petition to ask for full-time DBCA officers to be stationed in Mandurah with the necessary tools and equipment to give our dwindling Dolphin population a chance to thrive.

DBCA stands for the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation & Attractions.
Make a donation to the Mandurah Volunteer Rescue Group.
Find out more at www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/management/marine/marine-wildlife/64-whales-and-dolphins

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