TUNE IN AT 4:20PM TODAY: THE LOCAL RESTAURANT PROTECTING ENDANGERED WILDLIFE

TUNE IN AT 4:20PM TODAY: THE LOCAL RESTAURANT PROTECTING ENDANGERED WILDLIFE

The Secret Creek Sanctuary restaurant is known to many across the Central West – but few know that they are helping endangered native wildlife while they dine.

With proceeds from every meal funding conservation initiatives, owner Trevor Evans continues to ensure these species are protected for years to come.

Reporter Hayley Williams visited Secret Creek – to see what she found out, tune in to our Living West news bulletin at 4:20pm today – streamed live on the SeeSeeEye website.

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