Animals are dying from infections, parasites and disease as they age.
They’re also being caught up in the climate change mess, and are also being hit by habitat loss and loss of wildlife habitat.
But it’s important to understand what we can do to protect our wild animals and their habitats.
Animals are suffering from all of the above, says senior research fellow at the University of New South Wales, Professor Jane McGann.
She’s now doing research to find a better way of protecting animals.
I think one of the most important things we can learn is what we need to do in our communities, because the people we see around us are the people that have to make these decisions for them, and those decisions are often made in the absence of knowledge about the environmental impacts of our actions.
“We don’t have the knowledge to make those decisions.
It’s up to us as the community to make the decisions that we want to make.”
It’s a very good thing that we’ve got people who have the tools to take on the role of making those decisions, because it gives people the knowledge, the understanding of what’s going on in their communities, what’s in their landscapes, and where they are in relation to the wildlife they care for.
“Jane McGann is working on a new study to look at how to protect wildlife habitats.
Dr Jennifer Aiken is the Associate Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the Australian National University.
She says it’s very hard to predict what is going to happen when the animals we care for are going to die out.
When we’re talking about species that are living in the wild, they are really dependent on each other, she says.
So what we have to do is look at their habitat, the kinds of plants they eat, and how those changes affect their survival.
So for instance, there’s the effect of climate change on grasslands that are used by herbivores like rats and mice, where the animals need to eat grasses to survive.
But there’s also an impact from other things that are going on, such as the destruction of habitats for biodiversity, which is happening in areas like the Great Barrier Reef, or the loss of habitat for other species.
The research is about understanding the impact that the animals are going through and what is the best way to do that.
What to do if you see an animal being injured or killed? “
We’re going to have to work with other communities, including the farmers, to be able to get this right, and to get the right habitat for the animals.”
What to do if you see an animal being injured or killed?
There are two options you can take to help your wildlife friend.
1) Get a veterinary professional to assess your pet, and ensure that it’s healthy.
2) Get them to stop harming their own animals.
Animal behaviour experts can also offer advice about protecting animals from harm.
Animal behaviour experts also provide advice about caring for wild animals.
If you or a loved one needs to leave an animal to get treatment or to go away, you can call Animal Care Australia (ACA) on 1800 333 000 or Animal Control (AC) on 13 13 42.
You can also contact the Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries (DPIF) on 1300 632 022 for advice on where to get advice from an animal behaviour specialist.
If you have any questions about animal welfare, please email the department of primary industries and fisheries.