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New South Wales: Quoll Headquarters - 164 hectares - Steve Haslam

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Victoria: Witchwood - 9.1 hectares - Jill Redwood

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Queensland: The Roost - 39.75 hectares - Lynn Childs

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Tasmania: Lyn and Geoff's Refuge - 10 hectares - Lyn and Geoff Murray

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Western Australia: Tippaburra Valley - 2470 hectares - Buddy Kent

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New South Wales: Falls Forest Retreat - 80 hectares - Mary White

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Victoria: Wingura - 2.5 hectares - Suzanne and John Brandenberger

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Queensland: Cooper Creek Wilderness - 66.74 hectares - Prue Hewett

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US WLT E-Newsletter May 2014

HSWLT May 2014 E-NewsletterClick here to access the May 2014 E-Newsletter from our WLT friends in the US.


Features you will find inside include detailed information on the HSWLT's Robotic Decoy Program, which uses lifelike wildlife decoys to catch out illegal poachers, and a profile on the American mink, a wildlife species that has been, and continues to be, exploited for its exceptionally beautiful and soft fur.  The Voices from the Land feature focuses on two Wisconsin sanctuaries this month.

US WLT E-Newsletter April 2014

HSWLT April 2014 E-NewsClick here to access the April 2014 E-Newsletter from our counterparts in the Unites States.


In this special Earth Day edition the HSWLT urges you to remember the wildlife who share your world, suggests some group and outdoor activities you can get involved with, and provides details on the Taking Action for Animals conference, which is set to be held in Washington DC from 27-30 June.

US WLT E-Newsletter March 2014

HSWLT E-News March 2014Click here to access the March 2014 E-Newsletter from our counterparts in the Unites States.


This issue features news on the HSWLT joining forces with Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to help protect and support a population of mule deer, which have declined in the western United States for the past 50 years. Additionally, there's a Wildlife Close-Up on the common snipe, which faces threats from habitat loss and hunting, a Voices from the Land feature from Barbara Birdsey, one of HSWLT's founders and a current board member, and information on why feeding wildlife may do more harm than good.

US WLT E-Newsletter February 2014

HSWLT E-News February 2014Click here to access the February 2014 E-Newsletter from our WLT friends in the US.


In this issue the impacts of marijuana grown in forests and woodland on the wildlife who call that land home are investigated (pesticides, herbicides, and rodenticides brought in eventually degrade into the soil and water supply with devastating results), a wildlife close-up takes a look at the Southern Flying Squirrel which closely resembles our very own sigar gliders, and a Voices from the Land section introduces the Larson Wildlife Sanctuary, donated by Galen and Willetta Larson in 2004.

US WLT E-Newsletter January 2014

HSWLT January 2014 E-News ThumbClick here for the January 2014 edition of the US WLT E-Newsletter.


This issue reviews recent successes of and outlines upcoming challenges for the HSWLT as they enter their third decade of protecting and enhancing wildlife habitat, takes a closer look at the intelligent, adaptable, and opportunistic coyote, and introduces you to Fred Ziegler, a former hunter who is now fully supportive of the HSWLT's efforts.

US WLT E-Newsletter October 2013

HSUSWLT October 2013 E-NewsletterClick here for the October 2013 edition of the US WLT E-Newsletter.


This issue introduces the Allranch Wildlife Sanctuary, a 1,280-acre property in southern New Mexico that's home to badgers, foxes, javelina, mountain lions, bobcats and jaguars, just to name a few species.  You'll also learn more about the American badger through a Wildlife Close-Up, receive tips on how to keep wildlife out of your house, and information on the HSUSWLT stance on sport hunting and how it will never be allowed on the 100+ sanctuaries protected through the program.

US WLT E-Newsletter September 2013

HSUS WLT September 2013 E-NewsletterClick here to access the September 2013 E-Newsletter from our WLT friends in the US.


Features you will find inside include introductions to some of the HSUSWLT landowners explaining why they chose to entrust the WLT with the land they cherish and the wildlife who live there, news from the inspirational Working Dogs for Conservation Foundation, wildlife close-up on the relaxation loving yellow-bellied marmot, and plenty more.

US WLT E-Newsletter August 2013

HSUS Newsletter August 2013Click here to read the August 2013 edition of our US affiliates' E-Newsletter.


Inside you'll find a link to a PDF copy of the HSWLT 2012 Annual Report, an overview of the challenges and accomplishments embraced throughout the year and a summary of the society's financial operations.  Alongside this publication is a wildlife close-up on the American dipper, North America's only truly aquatic songbird, that catches all of its food underwater in swiftly flowing streams by swimming and walking on the stream bottom, as well as some "Bear Aware" camping tips - a must read for anyone heading into the Northern American wilderness.

US WLT E-Newsletter July 2013

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This issue outlines the use of 'guzzlers', which the HSWLT utilise on their sanctuaries to proivde drinking water for wildlife in drier times; a wildlife close up of raccoons (which have a "language" of 13 distinct calls); and a Voices from the Land profile on Walker Wildlife Sanctuary, an inspiring story of neighbours rallying together to protect wildlife habitat from developers.

US WLT E-Newsletter May 2013

altClick here to access the May 2013 E-Newsletter from our WLT friends in the US.


Features you will find inside include information on how you can get involved in the HSWLT's programs to stop wildlife poaching, a wildlife close-up piece on peregrine falcons, a "Voices from the Land" profile on a 55-acre property in Hillsborough, New Hampshire, which is now a permanently protected wildlife sanctuary, and news on much more.

US WLT E-Newsletter April 2013

Click here to access the April 2013 E-Newsletter from our counterparts in the Unites States.


This issue features the recent gazettal of Thelma Doelger Animal and Wildlife Preserve Trust, an extraordinary 1,122-acre wilderness property in Sonoma County, California.  Among the 160 species present are the northern spotted owl and marbled murrelet, both listed as threatened under the Federal Endangered Species Act.  Further news pieces include a wildlife close-up on the gray fox, and a voices from the land feature on easement holders Ryck and Merry Caplan: “It gives us a sense of pride knowing the animals have a place of sanctuary,” says Merry, “and at least one oasis where they do not have to live in fear of humans.”

US WLT E-Newsletter February 2013

Click here to read the February 2013 edition of our US affiliates' E-Newsletter.


Inside you'll find information on "Keep Michigan Wolves Protected", a coalition supported by the HSUSWLT that is working hard to put a referendum on the Michigan ballot to protect wolves from senseless recreational killing were stripped of their federal protections under the Endangered Species Act last year, as well as a new "Voices from the Land" feature and wildlife close-up on prairie dogs.

US WLT E-Newsletter January 2013

Click here to access the January 2013 E-Newsletter from our WLT friends in the US.


In this issue Executive Director Robert Koons reflects on where we have gone, where we are today and where we are headed in the future in this 20th year of HSWLT.  As part of celebrating this 20th year, Voices from the Land is a new monthly series about the people and wildlife who make up HSWLT - in the first installment, Harold and Gail Lindebo share why they decided to seek permanent protection for their land and the wild animals who live there.

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