Culling Kangaroos for Money

Approximately 60% of Australia’s land is used for grazing livestock and growing crops. Another 17% is mined by mining companies. Agriculture and mining utilise 77% of Australia’s total land mass. At least 80% of Australia has been cleared of native vegetation. Australia has lost 25% rainforest, 45% of open forest, 32% woodland forest and 30% of mallee forest in 200 […]

Inhumane Killing of Kangaroos

The Australian Government and the kangaroo industry would like you to believe that the practice of killing kangaroos is humane and beneficial, even to kangaroos. Let’s see for ourselves. The following instructions on how to euthanise young kangaroos is taken from the National Code of Practice for the Shooting of Kangaroos and Wallabies for Commercial Purposes produced by the Australian […]

South Australian Commercial Kangaroo Management Plans Breach State and Federal Legislation

The SA Commercial Kangaroo Management Plans breach the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) and the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972 (NPW Act) and should never have been approved. The approval of the South Australian Commercial Kangaroo Management Plans breaches the EPBC Act 1999 and the NPW Act. A study of the Quota Reports for Commercial […]