The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has forced the Eagles Heritage Margaret River Raptor Wildlife Centre to close its doors to the public until it is safe to reopen.
The centre relies entirely on visitors to keep the birds fed, the vet bills paid and the lights on. During this emergency shutdown, no visitors are allowed, but the birds will still need to be fed and vet bills paid for sick, injured and orphaned wildlife brought in by members of the public for care, rehabilitation and release.
Our goal of AUD$13,500 will meet the centre's running costs for roughly three months or so.
With your help, the team at Eagles Heritage can keep the birds fed and cared for, then once emergency measures are lifted, visitors will once again be able to come to the park and see the birds fly.
- Beth Little
- Hamish Worsley
- Gerard Rosman