Alycia Debnam-Carey visits Oz animal sanctuary, urges donations
Fear the Walking Dead star Alycia Debnam-Carey visits an animal sanctuary and encourages donations to help injured Australian wildlife.
Alycia Debnam-Carey has been a vocal supporter of efforts to help the people and animals in Australia impacted by the horrible wildfires that have been burning for months. She recently visited her friends at the Mulligans Flat Sanctuary and met one of their adorable residents, and she urged fans to help support their mission as they work to save injured wildlife.
Debnam-Carey appears with an eastern bettong named Balbo, an endangered species that was wiped out in Australia until they were saved from the brink of extinction.
It was through the efforts of the wonderful people at Mulligans Flat that the eastern bettong, also known as balbo to the Ngunnawal People (hence the name), was reintroduced to the Australian mainland.
She urges fans to support Mulligans Flat’s mission of protecting wildlife and educating people about the importance of conservation in light of the devastating effects of climate change: “Now that climate change makes these ecological disasters more frequent and devastating, conservation and preservation are an essential and proactive path to save our wildlife and environment.”
The Fear the Walking Dead star has been active on social media, sharing ways that people can help Australians and Australian wildlife in need. Over a billion animals are estimated to have been killed in the fires, and now much-needed rain is causing damaging floods.
Debnam-Carey has returned to work on Fear the Walking Dead season 6. After being ripped from her friends, Alicia Clark is on her own and she will need to rely on all of the lessons Madison taught her to make it out of Ginny’s community alive.
To learn more about how you can help Australian wildlife, you can visit the Mulligans Flat Sanctuary website. Fear the Walking Dead will return later this year.