Animal Liberation ACT standing up for the Territory's kangaroos
Animal Liberation ACT and its supporters gathered outside the Legislative Assembly on 1 August at 12:30pm to hold a memorial for the huge numbers of healthy kangaroos shot and decapitated during the ACT government’s 2014 cull.
Activists lay flowers outside the Legislative Assembly in memory of the kangaroos.
Click here for Animal Liberation ACT's media release about the event.
Click here for Animal Liberation ACT's media release about the recent ACAT decision.
Click here for Animal Liberation ACT's media release about the ACAT hearing.
An at-foot joey - part of the 'ghost population' of hundreds
of joeys killed in Canberra's annual kangaroo cull
See media about the ACAT case:
Protecting wildlife in the A.C.T
Animal Liberation ACT is opposed to the inhumane killing of perfectly healthy wildlife, including Eastern Grey Kangaroos. Animal Liberation ACT is not responsible for, and has never claimed responsibility for, vandalism to any government property. Our focus is and always has been on the animals in the nature reserves - not on inanimate objects.
Kangaroo hugs for the ACT's tireless kangaroo defenders
See more about kangaroos, including non-lethal alternatives to the culls, here.