Environment Minister Sussan Ley met with Zoos Victoria staff at Melbourne Zoo today to observe the treatment and care of koalas and other native animals caught in Australia’s devastating bushfire crisis, and to discuss wildlife and habitat recovery planni
Environment Minister Sussan Ley has met with Zoos SA today paying tribute to the efforts of the Zoos veterinary team in treating animals burnt in the Cudlee Creek and Kangaroo Island bushfires and discussing wildlife recovery strategies.
Minister for the Environment Sussan Ley has met with Queensland RSPCA officials in Brisbane to discuss the challenges being placed on animal hospital facilities in the wake of Australia’s devastating bushfires.
Minister for the Environment, Sussan Ley has joined Australia Zoo owner Dr Terri Irwin and Member for Fisher Andrew Wallace to discuss wildlife recovery and habitat restoration strategies following Australia’s devastating bushfire crisis.
Two days after the announcement of the Morrison Government’s $50 million Wildlife and Habitat Recovery Package, leading wildlife experts and environment groups will meet at Parliament House Canberra today to help steer the recovery process.
Sydney’s Taronga Zoo has underlined the important role a network of major Australian Zoos will play in helping native wildlife recover from the ecological tragedy of Australia’s bushfires with a rare behind the scenes tour of its animal hospital.
In response to the devastating bushfires the Federal Government is today making an initial investment of $50 million, as a down-payment to support the immediate work to protect wildlife, and work with scientists, ecologists, communities and land managers