State Government’s pro-hunting agenda sees a swift return of hunting to our State Forests...
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The campaign against hunting in national parks has had great impact on decision makers in NSW Government.
On 4 July 2013, the NSW Government announced that a trial recreational hunting program would commence October 2013 in 12 national parks. This would not involve anyone under the age of 18 years, would only involve anyone who are professionally skilled, and the management and planning is back in the hands of the experts (the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service staff).
We are now calling on the NSW Government for an end to recreational hunting on all public land and an adoption of the approach recently approved for National Parks.
Also on 4 July 2013, the Coalition Government announced it had disbanded the Game Council of NSW. This followed a scathing independent report that identified the agency was a risk.
These changes need to be reflected in the Game and Feral Animal Control Act which will require a Game and Feral Animal Control Act Ammendment Bill 2013 to be approved in the Upper House.
Sign this letter to decision makers in NSW Government and help us keep our public lands safe.
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