An endangered Carnaby’s black cockatoo has been given a second chance of life thanks to a community grant by P&N Bank.
Four months ago, eight year old Lily was found on the side of a road in shock by a member of the public and taken to the Kaarakin Black Cockatoo Conservation Centre - a wildlife rescue service in Martin.
Lily had several minor injuries and is currently undergoing rehabilitation.
Kaarakin is one of five recipients of P&N’s quarterly $1000 donations through our Helping &nds grants program.
P&N Maddington Branch Manager Joy Evans said the bank was delighted to be able to provide assistance to Lily and all the volunteers from the Kaarakin Black Cockatoo Conservation Centre on behalf of P&N’s members.
“As WA’s largest locally owned bank, this is why we exist; to enrich the lives of our members and the community in which we live,” Joy said.
Read the media release to find out more.
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