Brown Quail Killing Set To Start
Normally the complicit Tasmanian Goverment allows a four week killing season on native Brown Quail. Prior to 2011 it was permitted only in the north of the state. Now the shooting is allowed throughout the state, and they have increased the length of the killing season..
Write to Minister Brian Wightman and demand an end to the killing (his details can be found at the bottom of this page). Contact us if you want more information.
Senseless Mass Murder of Waterbirds
On the opening morning of the duck killing season more than 800 native waterbirds were slaughtered and abandoned at Box Flat Nature Reserve in Victoria. This demonstrates very clearly what shooters are capable of doing, and why the killing must end.
The duck killling season continues in Tasmania and we are still watching the wetlands as much as possible. If you would like to join the rescue team please contact us. If you want to do something without being on the wetlands then find out more here: ban duck shooting .
The exploitative rodeo season involves bulls, steers. calves and horses being forced to endure stress, pain and suffering for what some call entertainment. Many animals are injured and some killed as a result of these events.
We are continuing our call for a ban on all rodeos in Tasmania and you can help. Find out more about Tasmanian rodeos and about what you can do to end this abuse.
Bushfire Fund for Wildlife
Thankyou to all the wonderful people who have so generously donated to our Bushfire Fund for Wildlife. We are currently not taking further donations as we have sufficient funds at the present time.
Wildlife carers and wildlife groups are encouraged to apply for funding to reimburse costs associated with care and feeding of bushfire affected wildlife. Please download our information and application form, fill out and return to us.
Don't Buy Puppy Farm Suffering - Adopt Your Next Companion
Puppy farms are living horror stories. You can help stop the suffering by adopting your next companion from a shelter. Find out more about puppy farms.
Eat Compassionately to End Cruelty
Eating flesh of non-human animals, and their lactation fluids (dairy) equates to cruelty and suffering. All "foods" derived from non-human animals are the result of exploitation. Eschew animal products to end animal cruelty. Read more...
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