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With a little bit of love and a little bit of conservation we can all make a big difference collectively, and I’m hoping some of the conservation messages will reach a greater audience. The funds raised will help to finance more projects related to educating people on the danger of balloons and plastics in our environment.

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Standing Rock & the Beeliar Wetlands

After following the water protectors campaign at Standing Rock and being moved by the protectors efforts and their stance to protest peacefully despite the brutality they have received, we have been faced with a similar fight to protect what we have much closer to my home in Western Australia with the Beeliar Wetlands. The parallels between the campaigns were what struck me, and as a result i cre…
Posted almost 2 years – Leave a comment

Protecting all marine life

There are currently plans to extend the shark nets into the northern beaches of NSW. This is devastating news for all those who understand the ramifications and how far this sets us back in terms of looking seriously at all the non-lethal options available. Employing shark nets that have never been scientifically proven to keep people safe, succeeds only in lulling people into a false sense of se…
Posted about 2 years – Leave a comment

Why do we need to fight for the Bight?

The Great Australian Bight is rich in beauty and biodiversity, boasting the world’s most significant Southern Right Whale nursery, as well as Humpback, Sperm, Blue and Beaked Whales. It is also Australia’s most important sea lion nursery and supports orcas, great white sharks, southern blue fin tuna and other fish down to the small pelagic. / Just five years ago, one of the worst oil spill disast…
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The story of Angel and her mother

One of the hardest times of the year for me, is knowing when Taiji killing season is happening. The story is not pretty, and for anyone who doesn’t know what happens at Taiji Cove, it is hard to imagine that dolphins continue to be killed in a few countries around the world. If you are interested in learning more, the movie to watch is called ‘The Cove’. / On January 17th 2014 o…
Posted over 2 years – 2 comments

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