Lodge a missing creature alert with your Member of Parliament

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Teeny tiny southern corroboree frogs live in a small mountainous patch of Kosciuszko National Park. They ooze poison from their striking skin and hibernate in logs, bark and leaf litter in winter.

But habitat destruction, climate damage, bushfires and a devastating frog fungus mean there are probably less than 100 left in the wild.


Will you lodge a missing creature alert with your local Member of Parliament? Tell them we need strong national environment laws to protect the places and wildlife we love – and ask them to raise this with their party leader.

Fill out the webform with your name and why you care. We'll print your name and message on a special missing creature alert and post it to your local MP. If you prefer, you can print and post it yourself. 

Latest Supporters

Save this colourful little creature. It has a right to a home that is safe and sustainable just like us all. Please work for our flora and fauna and not to support corporate greed and political kick backs. WE NEED CUSTODIANS WHO WILL STAND UP FOR OUR AMAZING CREATURES. IS THAT YOU?
lee 2018-09-01 10:55:15 +1000
Hey, I know I ain’t pretty but that’s no reason to make me extinct.
We need stronger environmental laws to protect these endangered species. They are as important as any one of us.
Sandra 2018-08-16 16:31:14 +1000
Dear MP,
The NSW’s Governments refusal to support effective control of feral species and place their welfare above that of endangered species in the Kosciuszko NP will be a death sentence for this and other iconic native animals. They will not survive lack of scientifically backed action taking a back seat to ignorant populism.
Yours Sincerely,
Martin Lind
Vice President
ACT Wildlife Inc.
Martin 2018-08-10 18:24:38 +1000
Protect our unique wildlife! Protect our environments! We need stronger environment laws! Stop Westconnex! Stop overdevelopment!
Stand up for our environments and wildlife!
Vicky 2018-07-17 11:02:03 +1000
Lesley Adamson
Lesley 2018-07-15 18:28:58 +1000
Ros Gladman
Ros 2018-07-14 23:03:02 +1000
Marissa J Grant
Marissa 2018-07-12 16:15:20 +1000
Its well beyond time that stronger environmental laws need to be put in place to protect the habitat of endangered species. Failure to act now will only result in further extinctions.
Kerrie 2018-07-11 22:09:33 +1000
Tessa 2018-07-11 09:30:48 +1000
We need strong national environment laws to protect the places and wildlife we love!! But habitat destruction, climate damage, bushfires and a devastating frog fungus mean there are probably less than 100 southern corroboree frogs left in the wild.

Please raise this with your party leader.

Stand up for Australia and our wildife!
Fanitsa 2018-07-09 17:59:42 +1000
margaret 2018-07-08 10:24:33 +1000
Please act now to protect Australia’s wildlife!
Allira 2018-07-02 20:25:43 +1000
We need stronger Environmental Laws.
This is crazy that we are destroying the habitats of this and other rare and unique life on our planet.
Please think again before allowing further destruction. We only have one life and planet.
Margaret 2018-06-30 22:30:18 +1000
Protect our native wildlife
R 2018-06-27 07:09:19 +1000
We need strong national environment laws to protect our unique fauna and flora. Please act NOW to ensure our wonderful wildlife and their habitats are protected.
Kevin 2018-06-25 15:26:07 +1000
Vincent 2018-06-25 00:02:54 +1000
How many of our native Fauna do we need to loose before we start to take action?

Teeny tiny southern corroboree frogs live in a small mountainous patch of Kosciuszko National Park. They ooze poison from their striking skin and hibernate in logs, bark and leaf litter in winter.

But habitat destruction, climate damage, bushfires and a devastating frog fungus mean there are probably less than 100 left in the wild.
PLEASE create stronger Environmental protection laws.
Annette 2018-06-24 23:01:14 +1000
We need stronger environment protection laws for animals
Elizabeth 2018-06-23 17:17:13 +1000
Kristy Rothwell-Brooker
Kristy-Jo 2018-06-22 13:52:21 +1000
Australia has the second highest extinction rate of it’s wildlife and biodiversity on earth
how many more do we lose before we come to our senses?
Sharon 2018-06-21 22:03:01 +1000
Kavita 2018-06-20 19:01:42 +1000
Duc 2018-06-18 20:36:08 +1000
Joshua 2018-06-18 20:00:12 +1000
2018-06-18 17:02:25 +1000
Diana Primrose
Diana 2018-06-18 14:09:57 +1000
Protect our unique wildlife from extinction
Eve 2018-06-18 12:58:58 +1000
Brendan Hinks
Brendan 2018-06-17 15:43:16 +1000
Before it’s too late.
Kelvin 2018-06-17 12:55:26 +1000
Marcie 2018-06-17 11:43:15 +1000
We are so lucky to have such unique wildlife in Australia. Why do we allow the destruction of their homes? Why do we allow this mass clearing of the forests and woodlands? This is their home, and they need our protection. There must be strong environmental laws put in place before we lose more of our amazing animals.
Jackie 2018-06-17 09:32:49 +1000