Tag Archives: wildlife corridors

AWPC writes to Melbourne Water re threat to de-tree Lee St Frankston retardant basin wildlife corridor

Letter from Craig Thomson, President AWPC Dated 23 January 2017. Subject: Lee st Retarding Basin Frankston Addressed to: David.Fairbridge@frankston.vic.gov.au (Biodiversity Officer at Frankston Council), lisa.neville@parliament.vic.gov.au (Minister for Police and Water) rbupgrades@melbournewater.com.au (email address for Melbourne Water retardant basin upgrades). The Australian Wildlife Protection Council understands and recognise the needs to protect our communities from potential danger. We are also aware

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Wildlife Corridors essential for kangaroos and other wildlife

ACT’s misguided lethal “management” of kangaroos The decision to kill nearly 2000 eastern grey kangaroos across 10 nature reserves is a bid to “protect biodiversity and minimise impact on critical grassland and woodlands”, according to ACT “ecologist” Daniel Iglesias. It’ cruel and blatant hypocrisy. Kangaroos are native animals and that’s why they should be safe on “nature reserves”! Protect biodiversity

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