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The Oceania Project - Caring for Whales, Dolphins and the Oceans

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Animal Conservation Care, Protection and Information
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The focus of The Oceania Project is Cetacea (Whales & Dolphins) but we realise that all species of life on this Planet participate in the intricate web of living systems equally with Humans. Thus all animals are precious and deserve care and protection. We therefore felt it important to include a selection of links to sites serving other creatures.

  • The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW)
    was founded in 1969 to stop the cruel commercial slaughter of harp and hood seals. Since then IFAW have expanded their campaigns to embrace all animals and have been recognized as "one of the most effective organizations for animal welfare in the world."

    Join one of IFAW's current Campaigns to Protect Animals.
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  • World Animal Net
    A worldwide network of societies campaigning to improve the status and welfare of animals. This site provides a comprehensive listing of organisations dedicated to serving the Animals of Planet Earth. Marine Mammalincludes a listing of The World Animal Net Directory organisations.

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  • Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland (WPSQ)
    is the oldest, largest and most respected wildlife-focused conservation group in the State of Queensland. Founded in 1962 by Judith Wright, Brian Clouston, David Fleay and Kathleen MacArthur, the Society is a community-based, non-profit organisation consisting of 24 branches throughout the State, committed to an ecologically sustainable future for people and wildlife.

    Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland

  • Perth Zoo
    is strongly committed to advancing the conservation of wildlife and to changing community attitudes towards the preservation of life on Earth. In addition they are involved in research and breeding programs for threatened species from Australia and overseas.

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  • Animals and Society Institute
    is an independent research and education organization dedicated to advancing the status of animals in public policy and promoting the study of human-animal relationships.
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  • Southern Oceania Seabird Study Association (SOSSA)
    is a wildlife conservation and research organisation. Its members are dedicated amateurs and professionals who share a common interest and concern for the marine environment and the wildlife of the Southern Oceans. SOSSA organises regular pelagic trips from Wollongong, NSW and Southport, QLD so both members and visitors can view some of the spectacular marine life that occurs off Australia's coast.
    Welcome to SOSSA

  • Animal Info
    Information on Rare, Threatened and Endangered Mammals
  • American Society of International Law - Wildlife Interest Group
    Have a searchable Research Bibliography on the possible impacts of climate change on flora and fauna species and associated ecosystems.

  • The Angel Animals Foundation
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    Share the Dream
    A nonprofit charitable organization Increasing Love and Respect for All Life - One Story at a Time

    In 1996, when Allen and Linda Anderson started the Angel Animals® projects, they dreamed that their work would help animals all over the world by changing people's attitudes toward furry, feathered, flowing, and flying creatures.

  • Dugongs
    Prepared by The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority this page provides information about the Dugong and their new Sanctuaries in Queensland.
  • NoLongerWild
    A Pet Lover Community in Boston, USA. Passionate about Pets. Everything you need to know about Pets.
    NoLongerWild - All About Pets

  • The Dog Clinic: Kids and Dogs - A Parent's Guide to Canine Body Language & Safety
    Let's teach our children how to interact safely and positively with their best friends!

    Dogs and children can be best friends - but there's always a chance of misunderstandings. The goal of this guide is to teach parents why dogs sometimes bite, how to recognise dog body language, and how to keep your children (and dog) safe.
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  • 34 Poisonous Houseplants for Dogs | Plants Toxic to Dogs
    There are poisonous houseplants for dogs and cats. Some are mildly poisonous, and some are fatal. It is better to know about them if you own a pet
  • CPR For Dogs And Cats:
    This Is What To Do If Your Pet Starts Choking Or Can't Breathe
  • Policy Lab: Guide to Clinical Trials for Pets
    A clinical trial for a pet is a research study where cats or dogs receive an experimental treatment meant to cure or improve the quality of life of the animal. .
  • Heel Boy Heel: WHAT FOODS ARE TOXIC TO DOGS
    It's harmless to give your dog a little piece of food from your plate, right? Wrong! Dogs struggle to digest oily and fatty food, which can result in them experiencing diarrhea and upset stomachs if consumed.  While we consider dogs to be members of the family, feeding them, human food can cause them to become seriously ill.
  • TUCK: How much do dogs sleep?
    On average, dogs spend 12 to 14 hours per day sleeping. Your dog’s particular sleep needs may vary around that range, depending on his age, size, breed, activity level, and overall health.
  • State of Pet Healthcare (PLT)
    Pet Life Today (PLT) is a free resource offering expert information on pets. We publish pet care news, tips and pet product buying advice for owners of a wide variety of companion animals, from cats and dogs to hamsters and horses.
  • What every pet owner should know about food allergies
    Food allergies are not as common as many pet food companies and websites may like for you to think. And while food allergies are one possible cause for your dog's itchy skin and ear infections or your cat's diarrhea, there are many more likely causes which may have nothing to do with the food.
  • How to Make Your Backyard a Sanctuary for Wildlife
    Do you want to draw flocks of birds, butterflies, and other scurrying wildlife to your backyard? Even city dwellers can turn their yards into a wildlife refuge by offering the four things all animals search for - food, water, shelter and room to raise their young. Here are some dos and don'ts for creating a safe, beautiful and educational backyard wildlife sanctuary.
  • Perfectly Imperfect: Home Modifications for Disabled Pets
    Life with a disabled pet can be challenging. The responsibilities of frequent vet visits, daily medications, and special nutrition can be demanding even for the most dedicated and attentive pet parent. But the joys of caring for a dog or cat with special needs are plentiful, and the work is rewarding.

    As it turns out, modifying your home to accommodate the needs of your pet can help you accomplish each of these goals and ensure your furry friend can live a full and happy life. As a bonus, minor modifications can put pet owners at ease knowing their best friend is OK.

  • Guide To Pet-Safe House Plants
    Most pets love exploring their territory and playing near plants, so it's important that pet owners are aware of the potential dangers posed by houseplants. There are many houseplants that pet owners enjoy without concern, but there are also many common houseplants that are toxic to pets.

    Responsible pet owners should familiarize themselves with the differences between safe and dangerous plants for the well-being of their pets. Here are a few resources to help pet owners identify which plants are safe for a pet-friendly home

    Mahdhav Sarna - Artist
    My work focuses primarily on what we term as wild beings, those that are too often and unfortunately regarded as primitive or secondary to human needs and wants. A humbling and soul-satisfying love for Mother Nature and her eclectic collection of children has been a concreted constant, within the foundation of my spirit and being. With a hope and belief that we can reconnect and live aware in this world, with care, I ask you to join my journey. I want us to protect, preserve and nourish our world and all within it.

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