AFA January 2017 Newsletter

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ARTICLES: Koala Wars Experts Say Ballina Koalas Face Extinction INCREASED DANGER OF VEHICLE STRIKES AND DOG ATTACKS CLIMATE CHANGE NSW GOVERNMENT’S LATEST KOALA SPIN EFFORT HOW MANY KOALAS ARE LEFT IN NSW? AFA HAS SET UP SOCIAL  MEDIA ON THE KOALAS ALL IS NOT LOST! Download a printer friendly version of our January 2017 Newsletter   … More…

MEDIA RELEASE KOALAS A RECIPE FOR EXTINCTION

Please select the image or click HERE to download a printable PDF of Sue Arnold’s Media Release. MEDIA RELEASE NSW GOVERNMENT’S $10m BID TO SAVE KOALAS – A RECIPE FOR EXTINCTION                 MEDIA RELEASE NSW GOVERNMENT’S $10m BID TO SAVE KOALAS – A RECIPE FOR EXTINCTION A report prepared by the NSW Chief Scientist claims to be an “ independent review of the decline of Koala populations in NSW “.  However, the Review … More…

AFA November 2016 Newsletter

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Articles: – KOALAS IN DIRE STRAITS – THIS IS BLOODY MURDER! – State Government Murder! – EUTHANIZING KOALAS! – NSW – ANOTHER HORROR STORY! – IMPACTS OF ROADS ON KOALAS – KOALA POPULATION IN DECLINE – HAMILTON  ISLAND MADNESS – BAIRD GOVERNMENT SHOCK LEGISLATION – CO-ORDINATOR’S PLEA – VICTORIA KOALA SCANDAL – WHAT YOU CAN DO Download a printer friendly version of our November 2016 Newsletter … More…

AFA August 2016 Newsletter

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Articles: KOALAS AT GRAVE RISK OF EXTINCTION ON THE FAR NORTH COAST AND THE ENTIRE STATE _____ KOALAS STRUGGLING TO SURVIVE _____ TOO MANY THREATS! _____ HABITAT PROTECTION THE ONLY REAL SOLUTION _____ KOALAS AND CLIMATE CHANGE _____ GREEN PARTY SILENCE ON ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES _____ FEDERAL GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES ENSURE WEAK PROTECTION Download a printer friendly PDF of our May 2016 Newsletter or read it on issue below.     … More…

Shenhua coal Liverpool Plains, corporate welfare and saving Barnaby’s bacon

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Liverpool Plains Coal Mine May Not Fly Saturday, April 2, 2016 By Pip Hinman Opponents of Shenhua-Watermark’s mega coalmine in the Liverpool Plains in north-western NSW have been given a boost by the Chinese government-owned company’s annual report released on March 24, which hinted it may not proceed. Shenhua said: “Global demand for coal is expected to manifest a downward trend in 2016.” Whether Shenhua is rethinking the $1.2 billion mine is not clear. But its report gives ammunition to … More…

Playful Koala Frolics on the beach

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Playful Koala on Flinders Beach on North-West side of Stradbroke Island. Koalas seem fairly tame over here. Two sitting in she-oaks each about 2M off the ground. Not spooked at all by the attention. Then, about half way along the beach we saw this young fell        ow actually running up and down the beach, and playing around the kids like a puppy. Then, he decides to go into the water for a tub! Little bugger went about 20m into the … More…

Roadkill Infographic by Budget Direct

Every year throughout Australia thousands of native wildlife are killed on our roads. Being aware of animals crossing and careful driving practices will help reduce roadkill statistics and protect our animals. This infographic developed by Budget Direct shows the shocking roadkill statistics. Please share it with all your friends and help reduce Australia’s shamefully high animal roadkill numbers. This travel safety infographic was developed by Budget Direct. … More…

AFA November 2013 Newsletter

AFA November Newsletter

Our November 2013 Newsletter is now available for download. Please select the image below or click this link. http://www.australiansforanimals.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/Australians_for_Animals_Newsletter_November_2013_email.pdf   … More…