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WILDLIFE CARERS GROUP PUBLISHES EXEMPT LIST, WILDIFE AND ANIMALS THAT YOU DO NOT NEED TO HOLD A LICENCE FOR. 5/11/12

Schedule 2 – Exempt Animals

Birds

Common Name Scientific Name
Adelaide Rosella Platycercus elegans adelaidae
Alexandrine parrot Psittacula eupatria
Bar-shouldered Dove Geopelia humeralis
Bengalese Mannikin Lonchura domestica
Black-headed munia, Black-headed nun. Lonchura malacca malacca
Lonchura malacca ferruginosa
Lonchura malacca atricapilla
Black-headed siskin Carduelis magellanica
Blue-breasted cordonbleu Uraeginthus angolensis
Blue-capped cordonbleu Uraeginthus cyanocephala
Blue-faced parrot finch Erythrura trichroa
Blue-faced Parrot-Finch Erythrura trichroa
Bourke’s Parrot Neopsephotus bourkii
Brown Quail Coturnix ypsilophora
Budgerygah Melopsittacus undulatus
California quail Callipepla
californicus
Californian Quail Lophortyx californicus
Canary Serinus canaria
Chestnut-breasted Mannikin Lonchura castaneothorax
Chinese goose Swan goose Anser cygnoides
Chukar Partridge Alectoris chukar
Cockatiel Nymphicus hollandicus
Common Bronzewing Phaps chalcoptera
Common myna Acridotheres tristis
Common pheasant Phasianus colchicus
Common Quail Coturnix coturnix
Common skylark Alauda arvensis
Common starling Sturnus vulgaris
Crested Pigeon
Crimson Rosella
Ocyphaps lophotes
Platycercus elegans
Cuban grassquit Tiaris canora
Cut throat finch Amandina
fasciata
Diamond Dove Geopelia cuneata
Domestic Pigeon Columba livia
Eastern Rosella Platycercus eximius (but not Platycercus eximius diemenensis (Tasmanian Sub-species))
Eclectus parrot (all sub-species) Eclectus Roratuus (all subspecies)
Egyptian goose Alopochen aegyptiacus
Elegant Parrot Neophema elegans
Emerald Dove Chalcophaps indica (But not Chalcophaps indica natalis)
Eurasian blackbird Turdus merula
Eurasian tree sparrow Passer montanus
European Goldfinch Carduelis carduelis
European goldfinch Carduelis carduelis
European greenfinch Carduelis chloris
Galah Cacatua roseicapilla
Golden pheasant Chrysolophus pictus
Golden-shouldered parrot Psephotus chrysopterygius
Gouldian Finch Erythrura gouldiae
Green peafowl Pavo muticus
Green-winged pytilia, Melba finch Pytilia melba
Greylag and all domestic strains of geese Anser anser
Helmeted guineafowl Numida meleagris
Hooded Parrot Psephotus dissimilis
House sparrow Passer domesticus
Indian peafowl Pavo cristatus
Jacarina, Blue-black grassquit Volatinia jacarina
Janday conure Aratinga jandaya
Japanese quail Coturnix japonica
Java sparrow Padda oryzivora
Kalij pheasant Lophura leucomelanos
King quail Coturnix chinensis
Lady Amherst’s pheasant Chrysolophus amherstiae
Little Button-Quail Turnix velox
Little Corella (Short billed corella) Cacatua sanguinea
Long Billed Corella Cacatua tenuirostris
Long-tailed Finch Poephila acuticauda
Lovebird Agapornis – all species
Luzon bleeding heart pigeon Gallicolumba luzonica
Madagascar Fody Foudia madagascariensis
Mallard and all strains of domestic duck Anas platyrhynchos
Masked dove, Caped Harelquin, Namaqua dove Oena capensis
Masked Finch Poephila personata
Monk parrot Myopsitta monachus
Muscovy duck Cairina moschata
Musk Lorikeet Glossopsitta concinna
Nanday conure Nandayus nenday
New guinea, – White bibbed ground dove Gallicolumba jobiensis
New Zealand Scaup Aythya novaeseelandiae
Northern bobwhite Colinus virginianus
Oriental greenfinch Carduelis sinica
Ostrich Struthio camelus
Painted Button-Quail Turnix varia
Painted Finch Emblema pictum
Pale-headed Rosella Platycercus adscitus
Paradise shelduck Tadorna variegata
Partridges Alectoris – all species
Partridges Perdix – all species
Peaceful Dove Geopelia striata
Pheasants Chrysolophus – all species
Pheasants Phasianus – all species
Pin tailed whydah Vidua macroura
Plum Headed Finch Neochima modesta
Plum-headed parrot Psittacula cyanocephala
Port Lincoln Parrot Barnardius zonarius zonarius
Poultry Domestic varieties
Princess Parrot Polytelis alexandrae
Rainbow Lorikeet Trichoglossus
haematodus
Red avadavat Amandava amandava amandava
Amandava amandava punicea
Red bishop, Grenadier weaver Euplectes orix orix
Euplectes orix franciscana
Red junglefowl, all strains of domestic chicken Gallus gallus
Red-billed firefinch Lagonosticta senegala
Red-cheeked cordonbleu Uraeginthus bengalus
Red-collared Lorikeet Trichoglossus rubritorquis
Red-faced Aurora Pytilia hypogrammica lopezi
Red-fronted kakariki Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae novaezelandiae
Red-headed Finch, Aberdeen finch Amandina erythrocephala
Red-headed fody Foudia eminentissima
Red-rumped Parrot Psephotus haematonotus
Red-shouldered whydah, Fan tailed widow bird Euplectes axillaris
Red-throated parrot finch
Red faced parrot finch
Erythrura psittacea
Red-whiskered bulbul Pycnonotus jocosus
Red-winged Pytilia, Aurora Pytilia phoenicoptera
Reeve’s pheasant Syrmaticus reevsii
Regent Parrot Polytelis
anthopeplus
Ringed turtle dove Streptopelia “risoria”
Rock pigeon Common pigeon Fancy pigeon Columba livia
Rufous backed Munia, Black and white munia Lonchura bicolor
Scaly-breasted Lorikeet Trichoglossus chlorolepidotus
Scarlet-chested Parrot Neophema splendida
Siamese pheasant Lophura diardi
Silver pheasant Lophura nycthemera
Silverbill Lonchura cantans
Slaty-headed parrot Psittacula himalayana
Song thrush Turdus philomelos
Spice finch, scaly-breasted munia Lonchura punctulata
Spotted dove Streptopelia chinensis
St Helena, Common waxbill Estrilda astrild
Star Finch Neochmia ruficauda
Stubble Quail Coturnix pectoralis
Sulphur-crested Cockatoo Cacatua galerita
Sun conure Aratinga solstitialis
Swinhoe’s pheasant Lophura swinhoii
Talpacoti, Ruddy ground dove Columbina talpacoti
Turkey Meleagris gallopavo
Turquoise Parrot
  1. Neophema pulchella
Twenty-eight Parrot Barnardius zonarius semitorquatus
Western Corella Cacatua pastinator butleri
Western Rosella Platycercus icterotis (But not Platycercus icterotis xanthogenys)
White rumped seedeater, Grey singing finch Serinus leucopygius
White-bellied Javan munia Lonchura leucogastroides
White-headed munia Lonchura maja
White-throated silverbill Lonchura malabarica
Yellow canary Serinus flaviventris
Yellow Rosella Platycercus elegans flaveolus
Yellow-fronted canary, Green singing finch Serinus mozambicus
Yellow-fronted kakariki Cyanoramphus auriceps auriceps
Yellow-winged pytilia Pytilia hypogrammica
Zebra Finch Taeniopygia guttata
Zebra waxbill, Orange breasted waxbil Amandava subflava

Reptiles

Common Name ScientificName
Bearded Dragon Pogona Barbatus
Blotched Blue-tongued Lizard Tiliqua nigroleutea
Common Long-Necked Tortoise Chelodina longicollis
Eastern Blue-tongued Lizard Tiliqua scincoides
Shingleback Trachydosaurus rugosus

Amphibians

Common Name ScientificName
Brown-striped Frog Limnodynastes peronii (But only tadpole and juvenile specimens)
Eastern Banjo Frog Limnodynaste dumerilii (But only tadpole and juvenile specimens)
Spotted Grass Frog Limnodynastes tasmaniensis (But only tadpole and juvenile specimens)

Mammals

Common Name ScientificName
Alpaca Lama pacos
Camel Camelus dromedarius
Cat Felis catus
Dog Canis familiaris
Domestic strains of Rabbit Oryctolagus cuniculus
Guinea Pig Cavia porcellus
Llama Lama glama
Stock – as defined in the Stock Act 1934
White mice and rats – laboratory varieties Rattus norvegicus,
Mus musculus

Contact Details

Business Unit
Licensing and Investigations

Postal Address GPO Box 158 Canberra ACT 2601

Street Address Level 4, Macarthur House 12 Wattle Street LYNEHAM ACT 2602

Contact Number 13 22 81

Email
Submit a Question or Feedback

WILDLIFE CARERS GROUP WOULD LIKE TO THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT IN 2011.
WISHING YOU A VERY SAFE AND HAPPY YEAR FOR 2012.
There can be no discrimination against our native wildlife, all native wildlife are precious to our Eco system, in assisting to maintain a healthy well balanced Eco system, and will be protected, and rehabilitated equally.
Wildlife Carers Group, the only local wildlife group with long term expertise and knowledge in our native wildlife, that will act on, and investigate animal cruelty/welfare/rights, and, as a community group, that also cares about our community, and the rights of our community groups.
Wildlife Carers Group, the only local wildlife group helping to keep our state and country out of deficit, with no government funding, run solely by volunteers, that is keeping you in a job.
Wildlife Carers Group, the only local wildlife group that trains work experience students.
Wildlife Carers Group is the only ACT body that enforces the wildlife protection laws.It is unlawful to kill or harm protected native wildlife.
NORA PRESTON (began rehabilitating wildlife in the early ’80′s.)
Founding President WCG – WILDLIFE CARERS GROUP INC. –Founded in 2004.
PO Box 3509 WESTON CREEK ACT 2611
Mobile: 0406 056 099
Check out http://www.myspace.com/wcginc and become a friend.
We are also on Facebook, http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1649024860&v=info with photos included on the site, and become a friend.
You can now follow us and join us on Twitter http://twitter.com/wildlifecarersg/
5 November 2012
Support WCG. WCG is an independent, non profit, non government community based charity providing animal/wildlife care, rescue/rehabilitation and is also an animal/wildlife welfare group, providing protection for our wildlife/animals, run solely by volunteers, with no government funding, saving taxpayers money. WCG relies on donations from the public in order to carry out its work. If you would like to make a donation to WCG, please send a cheque/money order made payable to Wildlife Carers Group Inc. To PO Box 3509 , Weston Creek. ACT. 2611. AUSTRALIA . Or contact us by email wildlife_carers_group@yahoo.com.au or mobile: 0406 056 099 to discuss other alternatives. Thank you for all your support.
Aims and Objectives: To promote the general welfare and continued survival of native fauna and flora as an essential element of the environment, and specifically to undertake the specialised care necessary for the rehabilitation of orphaned, sick and injured native birds and other animals, to promote public awareness of the need to conserve existing wildlife species, and an understanding of their particular habitat and feeding requirements.
Support WCG. Become a WCG MEMBER, VOLUNTEER, WILDLIFE CARER, download the m/ship form from http://wcg.awardspace.com/ and join up. Thank you for all your support.
To see Wildlife Carers Group report and review of the documentary ‘Kangaroo Mob’ please click on these links:
To view the amendments and Draft ACT Pest Animal Management Strategy 2011-2021 please click or copy and paste this link into your browser: https://wildlifecarersgroup.wordpress.com/2011/09/27/amendments-darting-currawongs-rspca-draft-act-pest-animal-management-strategy-2011-2021/
To see Wildlife Carers Group full 5-day report, of the training with the work experience student, Wildlife Carers Group Kangaroo Meat Testing, results: contaminated, etc Please click on this link https://wildlifecarersgroup.wordpress.com/2011/08/04/wildlife-carers-group-wcg-visit-to-callum-brae-nature-reserve-etc-full-5-day-work-experience-student-wes-placement-report-trained-by-wcg-founding-president-nora-preston-4-8-july-2011/?sn=l
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his species maintains a healthy, well balanced eco system.
You can help us make the necessary changes for our native protected Eastern Grey
Kangaroos, by signing this petition, and circulating this for us http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/save-all-the-kangaroos.htmlpetition.com/petitions/saveallthe-kangaroos.html .
In this article, interviewed on 15/4/10, http://www.nowuc.com.au/2010/05/27/kangaroo-plan%E2%80%A6/comment-page-1/(this page may now be closed to leave space for UC new students interviews) don fletcher from tams says that kangaroos are not the main problem and in fact ‘native grasses’ are not threatened with extinction, but other animals and plants are, and that “the biggest ‘contributor’ to the loss of the natural treeless grasslands of our region has been agriculture (by far)”. This statement is admitting to the flawed, dishonest kangaroo management plan, and russell watkinson’s media release, on Friday 18/6/10, that blames the kangaroos for driving legless lizards, earless dragons, etc, and the deteriorating grasslands and woodlands to extinction, by eating all the grasses, when fletcher admits that the native grasses are not threatened by the kangaroos, but by human activity, including toxic sprays.
Please check out this link: http://www.canberratimes.com.au/news/local/news/general/roo-best-custodian-for-some-plants/1652005.aspx that was in the Canberra times on 17/10/09, that completely refutes the allegations against the roos destroying grasslands, that was sent to maxine cooper, that were also ignored.
The report is by Julie Lindner, who has also been studying the grasslands and the roos for the past 20 years, which backs up what I’ve been saying all along.
http://www.canberratimes.com.au/news/local/news/general/roo-best-custodian-for-some-plants/1652005.aspx , with a more recent article in the Chronicle in the’letters to the editor’ section titled ‘culling controversy’ p.23, 14/6/11.
Please click on this link: www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUZrKj6ClBg
‘KANGAROO CHILLER BOX INVESTIGATION’/’KANGAROOS ON TRACK TO EXTINCTION’,that contains the cruel bashing to death of roos that are shot, but not directly killed, hung up while still alive, and left suffering, trembling as they hang, tortured to death, and joeys bashed to death, possibly attempting to decapitate the joeys head on the back of the truck with several blows.
SEE the so called controlled government butchering, you will note that the kangaroos are still alive when hung up, suffering, AND BEING TORTURED TO DEATH, the male is laughing at the cruelty he has just inflicted on this kangaroo, a joey stomped to death, even the child stomps on it as he walks past following his father, orphaned joeys hopping around, left to starve to death, a joey bashed till its eyes popped out, but is still alive, suffering, a prolonged death, and the male admitting that these are protected species. Native protected animals called pests, the very same native animals that maintain a healthy well balanced eco system. The code of practice that the shooter refers to is inhumane, and unacceptable, as witnessed in this video footage. Kangaroos are not fit for human or dog consumption, heavily contaminated with various diseases/harmful bacterias, e.coli, salmonella, staphylococcus, streptococcus, toxoplasmosis, preserved illegally with sulphur dioxide that causes thiamine deficiency, (a white crystalline solid forming part of the vitamin B complex, C12H17CIN4OS; a vitamin (B1), required by the nervous system, absence of which causes beri-beri and other disorders),causing death, intake of pesticide spraying to control locusts, etc. Keep watching till it stops, keep an eye on the timer, next to the speaker symbol, length 10:59.
There are more links on youtube to show the facts on the extreme cruelty committed to our native protected macropods.
Possum abattoir
These animals are still alive and awake, when going through the abattoir’s chute processing system, dropped on top of one another, through a swinging door, to go through to the next phase, with several possums piled on top of one another, into the same boxes, when delivered to the abattoir, (possums are extremely territorial,) females with joeys, butchered, and bashed to death. Please Help stop these extreme acts of animal cruelty and export.
You can help stop these extreme acts of animal cruelty to these possums by adding the above link to the possum abattoir and lodging your submissions by 23/4/10, to wta@environment.gov.au wildlife.enq@dpipwe.tas.gov.au and click on link http://www.environment.gov.au/biodiversity/trade-use/invitecomment/brushtail-possum.html
Submissions are now closed. This species maintains a healthy well balanced eco system.
To see the full report on Wildlife Carers Group possum rescue, possum boxes and investigating dog neglect, please click on this link: https://wildlifecarersgroup.wordpress.com/2012/02/19/wildlife-carers-group-possum-rescue-and-investigating-dog-crueltyneglect-reported-to-us-19212/
Dingoes
Following Wildlife Carers Group Investigation and Report on the Fraser Island Dingoes, on 29/8/11, on 5/9/11, the Liberal National Party (LNP) has committed to ensuring the long term survival of the Fraser Island Dingoes, click this link to read the LNP’s commitments: http://www.lnp.org.au/policies/queenslands-precious-wildlife-the-fraser-island-dingo
Terminating the rangers from their jobs, who are responsible for the inhumane treatment of dingoes on Fraser Island , http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSSaknF6Wnw&feature=youtu.be who are starving them to death, mismanaging them, mistreating them, will prevent driving these spectacular native wildlife species to extinction, and help end acts of animal cruelty. Changing the Qld government legislation and constitution, to humanely conserve this species, and their habitat. Erecting GIVE WAY to DINGOES/WILDLIFE Signs. We can see their marine life up and down the Qld coast, however, the only unique sighting that Fraser Island can boast about, and can offer to the tourists, is the pure breed native Dingoes, once the last 90 odd Dingoes, population estimation as of 28-29 August 2011, (since the mismanaged Fraser Island fire by the Qld government, this Dingo population has more than likely dropped dramatically), that are left on the Island are driven to extinction, through arrogance, mismanagement and mistreatment, Fraser Island will have nothing left to offer to the huge tourist trade it currently holds, which will end Fraser Island tourism. This species maintains a healthy well balanced ecosystem.
To read Wildlife Carers Group report on WILDLIFE CARERS GROUP VISIT TO TASMANIA in the Tasmanian Times, please click on this link, http://tasmaniantimes.com/index.php?/pr-article/wildlife-carers-group-visit-to-tasmania/
To read Wildlife Carers Group report on Tortoise cruelty and removing the fish hook, and in the Tasmanian Times please click on this link or copy and paste into your browser:
Wildlife Carers Group report on Tortoise cruelty was published in the Tasmanian Times, to read it please click on this link: http://tasmaniantimes.com/index.php?/pr-article/cruelty-to-a-long-necked-tortoise/
For further information on snakes, identification, tips, first aid please click on this link: https://wildlifecarersgroup.wordpress.com/2011/08/04/snakes-information-identification-tips-first-aid-notes-for-wes-4-8-july-2011/
Disclaimer: WCG and the author do not assume or accept any responsibility and shall not be liable for the accuracy or appropriate application of the information contained in this letter/email.

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