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Please help us to keep helping our precious Fauna, Membership of the A.W.P.C. is $20.00 (AUS) ($10 Pensioner/student) per year which includes 3 Issues of 'A Voice for Wildlife'. Our Annual General Meeting is held each year in June. All are welcome.

EU Campaign

EU Campaign

The campaign relates to the fact that some 440,000 baby kangaroo's (young at foot) die each year as a result of being the by-product of killing 3-4 million kangaroos per year in Australia.

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The Australian Wildlife Protection Council Public Fund is a gift fund listed on the register of Environmental Organisations Section 78(1) (A) of the Income Assessment Act 1936.

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Foreign predators threaten bilbies

Posted on Apr 22, 2014
Foreign predators threaten bilbies

The plight of Australia’s bilbies, the largest member of the bandicoot family, has been thrust into the spotlight with the official naming of Taronga Zoo’s Prince George Bilby Exhibit by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and baby Prince George on Sunday. http://www.smh.com.au/environment/animals/foreign-predators-threaten-bilbies-20140420-36yx5.html The little bilby is the sole survivor of once six species that […]

AWPC Website

Posted on Feb 17, 2014
AWPC Website

The Kangaroo especially, in this country is under enormous pressure from both the commercial kangaroo industry and the rural sector and it needs as much support as it can get for it’s very survival in it’s home land. Take a look around this site and if you can help in any way our kangaroos and […]

SumOfUs: Bayer aims to sue Europe so they can they can carry on killing bees!

Posted on Dec 8, 2013
SumOfUs: Bayer aims to sue Europe so they can they can carry on killing bees!

Wow. Bayer has just sued the European Commission to overturn a ban on the pesticides that are killing millions of bees around the world. A huge public push won this landmark ban only months ago — and we can’t sit back and let Big Pesticide overturn it while the bees vanish. Bayer and Syngenta, two […]

“Respect” and eating kangaroos – a contradiction

Posted on Dec 3, 2013

Pam wrote: Don Fletcher Sen. Ecologist, Wildlife Research and Monitoring, Natural Environment Policy and Research Expert in Eastern Grey Kangaroos “I respect kangaroos and I eat them because that is good for Australia.” Mr Fletcher, there are so many things wrong with this comment that I sit here astounded that any person who holds a position […]

KANGAROOS- faces in the mob

Posted on Nov 27, 2013

Follow the destinies of two lovable joeys in ‘Faces in the Mob’ “A superb doco … Bring on the Academy Award for the best natural history feature. This is a triumph.” – Sydney Morning Herald On the east coast of Australia lies a valley of magical beauty, surrounded by mountains and shrouded in winter mists. […]

Animals going extinct while millions in funding go squandered

Posted on Nov 25, 2013

Animals are going extinct and millions of dollars in Australian endangered species funding are being squandered because of poor planning and monitoring, leading environmental scientists say.  (SMH, 26th Nov, 2013) SMH: Animals going extinct while millions are squandered If data on the welfare of an endangered species is collected, it is rarely analysed or acted […]