Koala Report

Following on the excellent documentary on Four Corners, many Australians and people from overseas will be asking what they can do to ensure the long term survival of Koalas. In 1994, Australians for Animals  (AFA) presented an historic scientific submission to the US government supporting the listing of the Koala as a Threatened Species...

BIRDS – SO MUCH FUN

Our backyard verandah is now the local cafe and breakfast bar to six Butcher Birds and now one Spangled Drongo ! Wow, what an amazing bird.  It’s completely beautiful, being a combination of shiny dark blue and black feathers with red eyes.  Drongo flies like an angel and is so clever.   Sitting on a...

US GROUPS LEGAL CHALLENGE OVER GREAT BARRIER REEF

For Immediate Release, August 2, 2012 Contact: Sarah Uhlemann, Center for Biological Diversity, (206) 327-2344 Doug Norlen, Pacific Environment, (202) 465-1650 Teri Shore, Turtle Island Restoration Network, (707) 934-7081 Lawsuit Launched Against Multi-billion-dollar U.S. Subsidy of Fossil Fuel Projects in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef Facilities Would Threaten Sea Turtles, Other Endangered Species SAN FRANCISCO—...

AUSTRALIANS FOR ANIMALS AND GLADSTONE PORTS CORPORATION MISLEADING POLL

National animal rights group dredges up poll complaint. QUEENSLAND TELEGRAPH.  By John Mikkelsen AN environmental animal rights group has expressed  serious concerns over aspects of the massive Gladstone Harbour dredging program, including a misleading media release claiming most Australians supported the dredging project. Co-ordinator  of Australians for Animals Inc, Sue Arnold, has complained to...

Australians for Animals is Gearing Up!

Dear Friends, Thanks for your continued interest, actions and support. As a result we’re gearing up even further! Our campaigns are becoming more directed and efficient, our website is being continually improved and like many passionate activist organisations, our Social Media reach is increasing dramatically. AFA aims to highlight those issues that are neglected...

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