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In the Flinders Ranges, they aim for an eco-system that best suits the Yellow-footed Rock-wallaby’s needs in an environment.
The Australian Government, other state governments and organisations like BirdLife Australia committed $3.2 million to protect and expand their habitat by working with landholders in their winter breedings grounds in Victoria and South Australia, controlling predators of the birds while the birds are reaching their migratory habitat and managing and enhancing the captive breeding program. Because of Introduced Species, the Red-finned Blue-eye Fish is in critical danger of extinction. Discovered 22 years ago this little Aussie fish lives only around Edgbaston in Queensland.
To prevent more damage, special fencing has been installed around some of the springs which stops the Gambusia from accessing them by the seasonal flooding. Feral pig populations are also damaging the springs so traps are set for these animals to move the animal somewhere else. Pollution is a major threat to seahorses because they lack the speed to get out of the area before damage is done. Therefore the seahorse is in the polluted area until its either cleaned or, usually too late. Poachers give the Golden Shouldered Parakeets the challenge of keeping their eggs from egg collectors.
There have been 515,000 hectares of land given to the Golden Shouldered Parakeet so there are less chances of poachers getting to them. These areas of land are monitored and known when there is unwelcomed guests. Disease is the biggest threat to the Devils survival, because of Devils Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD) they have landed themselves on the list of Endangered Animals. Scientists are breeding Tasmanian Devils so they aren’t vulnerable to the DFTD that the wild Devils are vulnerable to. All animals have foundations that try and protect the animals and they are always accepting donations for higher chance of the animals survival.


Gordon Klassen, the president of Alberta’s trappers’ association, was in Yukon recently teaching wanna-be wolf killers – pardon me, wolf “harvesters” – how to trap and kill many wolves. It doesn’t surprise me that according to the article, two conservation officers attended this cruel session. Could Hong-Kong’s Animal Cruelty laws have been used to arrest the beaten Boston Terrier’s owner? This is because the parrots breed and feed only in small scrub that is barely one metre off the ground – this same scrub humans clear for farmland.
The red-finned blue-eye fish is endangered because of the introduced species Gambusia which was brought in to control mosquitoes but has spread with flooding.
Project AWARE members take up challenges of taking local action and cleaning waterways and rivers that will eventually enter the ocean.
Purchasing of any materials that contain these animals are also a problem, so if there are no purchases, there’s less deaths.
Leghold traps, snares and body-crushing Conibear kill traps, the cruel tools of the fur industry, are used to destroy the lives of animals for their fur. They can and do pose a threat to many animals, including non-target animals such as eagles, ravens, deer, moose, family companion animals, and so forth. Klassen was quoted saying, “You can catch a pack of wolves,” but he was also quoted as saying, “It can only be done if it’s done humanely, ethically and sustainably.” Mr.


Klassen … enough, already, using barbaric, cruel and inhumane methods destroying the lives of animals that deserve to have their own lives to themselves. Although these birds lay 6 eggs, they don’t all hatch in the time they should which is giving the collectors more time to find them.
Deadly and fast spreading, animals affected by DFTD will be dead within six months of the disease first appearing. As for the seahorses and pollution, if you pick up any rubbish and put it in the bin it is preventing it from getting into a water source and being carried out to sea.
We have at least one example of a dog caught in a snare set by Yukon conservation officers – yet this remains hush, hush. Then other pollutants like sewage and animal waste cause algae blooms and that cuts of the oxygen from getting into the water, it then creates a death area for animals. Other animals have taken over their land and their food source so then there is more competition over food and shelter.



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