September 25, 2014 - Australia
TARGETS POISON BAITING OF WILDLIFE
"We claim responsibility for the attack on the National
Parks and Wildlife Service on the morning of Thursday 18th September.
NPWS were targeted for their part in the war on
wildlife, with an extended history, and a continuing habit of dumping
1080 poison (sodium fluoroacetate) into wild places, all under the
public guise of 'conservation'. Killing and destroying indiscriminately,
how many more lives and lands must be destroyed by this groups insane,
ecocidal visions and experiments?
To express our outrage, under the cover of night, we
entered their depot on Darug/Gundungurra Country (Blackheath, NSW).
During our short visit, two vehicles were set upon leaving tyres
slashed, windscreens smashed and a little additive into the fuel, just
to sweeten the deal.
If you choose to continue to use this land as your
dumping ground, you will encounter us again. Our rage will only burn
bigger and stronger.
In defense of predators. In defense of wildness.
July 24, 2014 - Australia
BLAMED ON ANTI-KANGAROO CULL ACTIVISTS
The ACT Government is again blaming animal activists
opposed to the government's cull of kangaroos for vandalism at a
maintenance depot in Holder (Canberra). Early on July 22, windows were
smashed and tires punctured on eight government vehicles. (photo:
The government reported acts of vandalism earlier in
July 20, 2014 - Australia
FENCES CUT AND
LOCKS GLUED AT NATURE RESERVES, SITE OF KANGAROO CULL
The ACT Government has blamed animal activists opposed
to the government's cull of kangaroos for recents acts of vandalism.
Signs have been defaced, fences at nature reserves cut and gates glued
tires were slashed and windows broken on 10 vehicles at a parks service
The government's cull of kangaroos will continue until
the end of July.
July 4, 2014 - Australia
RELEASED FROM HEN LIBERATION
Activists reported that 80 hens have been liberated from
egg farms in Western Australia.
June 22, 2014 - Australia
Activists reported that 80 hens have been liberated from egg farms in
June 17, 2014 - Australia
BLAMED ON KANGAROO CULL PROTESTERS
Late on June 16, activists broke into a Parks and
Conservation Service depot in Farrer (Canberra) by cutting through a
security fence and then slashed tires and broke windows on 10 vehicles.
Windows were also broken on the main building and "ALF" graffitied.
According to media reports, a note calling for an end to the
government's kangaroo cull was left at the scene. Photos: abc.net.au
Earlier that day, fencing was discovered cut open at the
Jerrabomberra Grassland West Nature Reserve. The nature reserve is one
of eight in Canberra where kangaroos will be shot during the government
cull between June 16 and July 31. The government's intention is to kill
1,600 kangaroos (an unknown number of joeys will also be killed). To
learn more about the cruel cull, visit
Animal Liberation ACT.
February 10, 2014 - New Zealand
KFC DAMAGED IN
anonymous report (photo: Fairfax NZ News):
"In the early hours of February 7th 2014, KFC in Upper
Hutt, New Zealand was badly damaged by fire. The first of many actions
by a brave new ALF member."
December 6, 2013 - Australia
FENCES CUT AT
EMU FARM, 125 ESCAPE
"On the morning of Wednesday 21st November 125 emus were liberated from
a wildlife breeding enterprise just north of Tooraweenah into the
Warrumbungle mountains. Farmer reports to have recaptured majority of
the birds, though their word can not be trusted.
The Henley family is imprisoning up to 1000 emus on their native lands
and farming them mainly for their oil. Each summer at 18-24 months of
age they are live transported over 750km only to face a slaughterhouse
at the very end.
This attack will not be tolerated."
May 24, 2013 - Australia
FROM A LIFE ON A CHAIN
"She was kept on a very short chain and used as a lawn
mower. She is going to a very loving home where she will be able to run
in large paddocks.
Animals are not machines!"
January 6, 2013 - Australia
here to learn more about the open rescue):
"ALV carried out an investigation at a free range turkey
complex in Northern Victoria. The design of the sheds and the absence of
penned areas made it impossible for the birds inside to ever roam