Pilbara Wildlife Carers Association
Treating sick, injured and orphaned wildlife in the Pilbara
Introducing Boy Boy, a majestic adult male Wedgetail Eagle.
He was found on the side of the road near Karratha, unable to fly, and was taken into care by Pilbara Wildlife Carers Association Inc (PWCA). Boy Boy had an injured foot, was covered in lice and in poor condition. Carers suspect he had been hit by a car at some stage.
With a diet of fresh kangaroo, medical treatment of his foot, a lice treatment and some essential vitamins and minerals to help his feathers grow, his condition has improved significantly, and he is due for release back into the wild soon.
The PWCA provides care for all native wildlife that are orphaned, sick or injured and are extremely busy, caring for hundreds of birds and kangaroos plus an array of reptiles, bats, quolls and other native animals each year.
PWCA relies solely on sponsorship and donations to operate, and Local Voices contributes to those funds.
Rewards raised through Voconiq Local Voices program assist with the purchase of essential and specialised food and medical treatment for the rescued animals.
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