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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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Wombats buried alive- Glenbog State forest NSW

Posted on Aug 13, 2014
Wombats buried alive- Glenbog State forest NSW

Glenbog State Forest covers an area of about around 11,000 hectares and is located in the southeast of Australia, in New South Wales. Glenbog State Forest borders the following other reserves: Tantawangalo State Forest, South East Forest National Park and Wadbilliga National Park. Glenbog State Forest provides a home for many threatened and endangered animals […]

Adelaide Zoo: shame on you!

Posted on Aug 10, 2014
Adelaide Zoo: shame on you!

To supply ice cream for sale in its kiosks, Adelaide Zoo and the Monarto Zoo have decided to drop local ice cream company, Golden North, whose entire ice cream range is now PALM OIL FREE, and go with multinational-owned Streets ice cream instead, whose ice cream CONTAINS PALM OIL. This is WRONG!! Tell the Adelaide […]

Northern Australia at the crossroads

Posted on Aug 5, 2014
Northern Australia at the crossroads

Our north is home to the largest, most intact tropical savannah systems left on earth, sweeping 2,500 kilometres from the Kimberley to Cape York – savannah woodlands and spinifex-clad ranges, fringed by beautiful coastal rainforests and coral reefs. The extraordinary nature and culture of northern Australia is recognised with seven world and national heritage-listed sites: […]

Protect Fraser Island Dingoes

Posted on Jul 30, 2014
Protect Fraser Island Dingoes

  Here today    Gone tomorrow!   The dingo population is now low from decades of mismanagement, vehicle strikes, lack of food and dingoes euthanised for perceived crimes. These “Crimes” may be showing natural curiosity, being too close to people or being friendly to a visitor. ENDANGERED MEANS THERE IS STILL TIME. EXTINCTION IS FOREVER […]

KOALA SPOTTERS WANTED

Posted on Jul 28, 2014
KOALA SPOTTERS WANTED

Want to be involved in counting koalas in the Blue Mountains & Hawkesbury area? The recent Great Koala Count run by the National Parks Association of NSW has shown the power of citizen science for finding koalas, with around 900 koalas reported throughout the Eastern states. Koala populations of low density however, is more challenging […]

Petition: Save Ballina’s koalas from extinction

Posted on Jul 26, 2014
Petition: Save Ballina’s koalas from extinction

Send a clear message to the environment minister to step in and save Ballina’s koalas from extinction! A couple of months ago about the plan to upgrade the Pacific Highway in NSW, part of which will destroy a critical koala colony in Ballina. 40,000 people petitioned for the highway to be koala-friendly. However, despite this […]