Protest the slaughter of native wildlife on the Sunshine Coast
People power will be in action Sunday 24 July on the Sunshine Coast to protest the overdevelopment of the region.
Vegan Warriors has been campaigning Council to immediately stop approvals for landclearing with high profile barrister Peter Lavac representing the animal rights group.
With Council being one of the few in Australia without wildlife corridors, ratepayers are fed up with the limp excuses coming out of council's mouths.
Following today's front page article on this issue, Jaylene has been inundated by people from all over S.E. Qld wanting to lend their support http://www.sunshinecoastdaily.com.au/story/2011/07/11/green-threat-to-sue-council-activists-lawman/
Pensioners, families, wildlife carers and people from all different ages and backgrounds will be travelling from as far as the Gold Coast and Hervey Bay to stand shoulder to shoulder with many others who feel that our region is becoming the next concrete jungle and our precious wildlife are the ones that are paying the ultimate price.
Venue: Cotton Tree Park, Cotton Tree Pde, Cotton Tree, Sunday 24 July 11am onwards.
7,000 native animals annually are cared for by Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital. Disgraceful. Council has blood on its hands.
Guest speakers will include Jaylene Musgrave, Anthony Walsgott, Enviro/Animal Welfare Solicitor, Ray & MUrray Chambers of the Sunshine Coast Koala Wildlife Rescue Service, with others to be announced shortly.
For the animals
Founder - Vegan Warriors
Cotton Tree Park, Cotton Tree
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