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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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Petition: Save the Northern Quoll from Extinction!

Posted on Nov 11, 2014
Petition: Save the Northern Quoll from Extinction!

Dozens of animals in Kakadu National Park, including the northern quoll, are in danger of becoming extinct. Will you sign the petition asking the government to save these vulnerable creatures? A startling 75 species face the threat of extinction in Kakadu, Australia’s largest national park. In fact, over the past 30 years, many animal populations […]

Australia is “going backwards” according to new report

Posted on Nov 11, 2014
Australia is “going backwards” according to new report

This article is reproduced from the Candobetter.net website Almost half of Australia’s terrestrial ecosystems are threatened, 85 per cent of its rivers have been modified and twice as many Australians die from air pollution annually than road accidents, according to a report on the state of the country’s environment. 42 environmental growth have cooperated to […]

Media Release: 6 November 2014

Posted on Nov 6, 2014

Australian Wildlife Protection Council (AWPC) President Maryland Wilson today deplored Victorian Agriculture Minister Peter Walsh’s caving in to the Forestry lobby and taking a new Great Forest National Park off the Liberals’ agenda. (image: Victorian Agriculture Minister Peter Walsh) “We’ll throw a spotlight on what is at stake in allowing business as usual in Victoria’s […]

schedule for Pause and Review Prescribed Burning, Fire & Wildlife Conference 9 November 2014

Posted on Oct 23, 2014
schedule for Pause and Review Prescribed Burning,                                                         Fire & Wildlife Conference  9 November 2014

Australian Wildlife Protection Council Inc Kindness House second floor, 288 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy Melbourne Vic 3065 Gold coin donations – bring your lunch Morning tea provided. RSVP: Maryland Wilson 0417 148 501 or (03) 5978 8570 10am check-in: Vivienne 10.30 am Start Welcome by Maryland Fire film about 5% burn-off impacts etc (Sheila) Prof Mike […]

Petition: Help save the forests and wildlife of Tasmania from the chainsaws of logging companies

Posted on Oct 22, 2014
Petition: Help save the forests and wildlife of Tasmania from the chainsaws of logging companies

author: Georgina B target: Will Hodgman, Tasmanian premier More than 400,000 hectares of protected native forest in Tasmania are to be opened up for logging after the Tasmanian government repealed the state’s forestry peace deal, which ended a 30-year battle between environmentalists and loggers. The new Forestry (Rebuilding the Forest Industry) bill scraps the forestry […]

‘Pause and Review of All Prescribed Burning’

Posted on Oct 15, 2014
‘Pause and Review of All Prescribed Burning’

Conference: November 9, 2014 Australian Wildlife Protection Council Inc Kindness House 288 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy Melbourne Vic 3065 Photo by Megan Rowsell, of the Portland Field Naturalists Club of fire-ravaged Koala and Ring-tailed Possum ‘Wildfires are horrendous enough, but to deliberately burn bush where native animals find refuge is absolutely criminal’, Hans Brunner, forensic scientist […]