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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.

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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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We condemn the Abbott Government’s attacks on the Great Barrier Reef, other priceless environmental institutions and native wildlife across Australia ~ we are dismayed by their lack of environmental protection since coming to power

Posted on Sep 1, 2014

Submission ec.sen.@aph.gov.au We express our shock and disgust at the attitude of the Coalition Government for their failure to see how important our environment is to many of us. It provides us with clean air, water, food the essential elements of life for all species on this planet. Barnaby Joyce, Christopher Pyne, Warren Trusss, Eddie […]

Wildlife ‘pushed to the limit’ by Australian population expansion and overdevelopment

Posted on Aug 26, 2014

By Pamela Hayes Cross-posted on Candobetter website An article by Kathy Lord, “Wildlife group ‘pushed to the limit’, in ABC News, typifies many mainstream press reports on kangaroos as it reports the phenomenon of kangaroos turning up in suburban and urban areas. This article entirely omits to criticise the cause, which is human overpopulation and […]

Update: Wombats buried alive in NSW by logging company harvesting for wood chip

Posted on Aug 22, 2014

Dear Friends, Exciting news – David Shoebridge, Greens MP in the NSW Parliament, questioned Katrina Hodgkinson, Minister for Primary Industries about the killing of wombats in Glenbog State Forest. A transcript is available on the campaign blog: theglenblog.wordpress.com This wouldn’t have been possible without your support. We have an opportunity now to build on this […]

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: […]