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Happy and George need you to care after the bushfires

Once the smoke clears from Australia’s bushfires the emergency facing our wildlife will not end. Injured and sick native animals will be sitting ducks for feral cats and foxes. Their homes and what little food remains will be trampled and eaten up by hard-hooved feral deer, horses, pigs and goats. One of the most effective…

Feral Herald

Wetlands and bogs in Kosciuszko National Park are a sanctuary for migratory birds such as Latham’s snipe, but feral horses moving into their remaining space are trampling and grazing their food sources and habitat.

Animal justice or extinction?

Is the Animal Justice Party condemning Australia’s threatened species to extinction by refusing to create policies based on science?

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Invasive species: A leading threat to Australia’s wildlife

February 2017
Habitat loss is often assumed to be the main threatening process in Australia. This compilation of evidence demonstrates that invasive species are the main threat facing Australias declining mammals and frogs and, along with habitat loss and potentially climate change, represents one of the three main threats to biodiversity.