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Yellow crazy ants are poised to take over Queensland’s Wet Tropics World Heritage Area – the world’s second-most-irreplaceable natural world heritage area. The window to eradicate these acid-spraying ants from Cairns and Townsville is rapidly closing.

Please submit an urgent pre-filled email calling for the funding required to continue the yellow crazy ant eradication efforts in Queensland.

Australia has the worst mammalian extinction record in the world and cats have contributed to two thirds of these species’ demise.

The science is on our side, but time is not. If there are more delays, half of our species on the endangered list will continue to tumble towards extinction.

Tasmania’s Wilderness World Heritage Area and farming communities are under threat from growing numbers of feral deer.

Right now, we urgently need the Australian Government to step in to protect this unique and wonderful place, before it is destroyed beyond rehabilitation.

Invasive ants, like yellow crazy ants and red imported fire ants, are on the march across Australia.

If the government doesn’t stop them and they are allowed to spread, there’s nowhere in Australia that would remain uninfested.

Join the tens of thousands of people across Australia uniting behind the Reclaim Kosci campaign to protect Kosciuszko National Park from feral horses.

Support our proposal for a national body dedicated to environmental biosecurity.

Learn how to keep your gear clean and our wild places free of deadly pests and diseases.