Dear travellers, unfortunately there are lots of sad road kill sights along Australian highways. But YOU CAN HELP! Please travel prepared with a wildlife rescue kit, in the case of finding animals that have been hit by vehicles but are still alive.
Or simply count numbers of road kill you see between 100km stretches, and share your information with facebook site 'Australians Against Road Kill (AARK)' at;
Happy, safe travelling, and please be extra careful travelling dawn and dusk in regards to wildlife.
Best wishes, AARK!
EMAIL : firstname.lastname@example.org
PHONE : 0408061637
Posted By Australians Against Road Kill (AARK) on Sunday 30th August 2009 @ 16:06:47
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