Kimberley (AU)

 
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>Kimberley Habitat Campaigns

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Kimberley Location Map

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Kimberley Overview

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Kimberley Regions

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Kimberley Ecology

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Kimberley Wildlife

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Habitat Threats

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Conservation Organisations

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[1]   Save the Kimberley,  ^http://www.savethekimberley.com/

‘We are an independent awareness organisation and exist to engage and educate the Australian and international community about the threat to the Kimberley Coast and its inland wilderness areas posed by gas and large-scale industrial development proposals.Save the Kimberley does not oppose development. We are not-for-profit, volunteer run and unlike any environmental, cultural, social or community group you have ever seen before – this is Traditional Custodians, local community, high profile media stars, caring individuals and influential individuals all working together to Save The Kimberley.  Save the Kimberley supports appropriate development that looks after people and the environment of the Kimberley. We seek to ensure that the Kimberley is protected for the enjoyment and well-being of current and future generations.’

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[2]   Conservation Council of Western Australia, Kimberley Campaign, ^http://ccwa.org.au/campaigns/kimberley

[3]  The Wilderness Society,  Kimberley Campaign, ^http://www.wilderness.org.au/campaigns/kimberley

[4]   HandsOffCountry, ^http://handsoffcountry.blogspot.com/2010/05/kimberley-land-council-wake-up.html

[5]   Friends of Prices Point, ^http://bk-bkpricespoint.blogspot.com/

[6]   Environs Kimberley, ^http://www.environskimberley.org.au/

[7]   Kimberley Wildlife Rescue, Inc. ^http://www.kimberleywildliferescue.org.au/

‘Kimberley Wildlife Rescue is a non-profit organisation and group of dedicated volunteers who provide wildlife care and rehabilitation for creatures in the East Kimberley.
We often receive animals from the Northern Territory, and throughout the Kimberley region from Halls Creek, Fitzroy Crossing and even from as far as Broome.
We help care for injured wildlife, educate the public about threatening processes such as the Cane Toad, protect our unique native species, and so much more.
Our group is based at the Kimberley Vet Centre (KVC) in Kununurra, which provides the initial primary assessment of all rescued fauna and then administers appropriate medical and surgical care.
All wildlife care given at the vet centre is primarily funded by Kimberley Vet Centre (KVC).’

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[8]    Kimberley Wildlife Carers and Associates, ^http://www.kimberleywildlife.org/

[9]     The Kimberley Toadbusters, ^http://www.canetoads.com.au/

[10]   Kimberley Australia.com,  ^http://www.kimberleyaustralia.com/kimberley-wildlife.html


>Kimberley Conservation Background

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Habitat Resources

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01  Policies

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02  Strategies

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03  Assessments and Reviews

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04  Plans

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05  Reports

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06  Further Reading

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