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This site and the Kimberley Toad Busters cane toad volunteer group was established by Kimberley Specialists
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If you would like to contribute financially to our totally volunteer fight against the advance of the cane toad into Western Australia,

Please send a cheque or money order payable to Kimberley Toad Busters Inc.

Kimberley Toad Busters Inc.
P.O. Box 1188
Western Australia 6743.

Or pay directly into the Kimberley Toad Busters Inc tax deductible account Kimberley Toad Busters

BSB: 306-119
Account Number: 019 5525
Bank West, Kununurra,W.A.

Please email or post details of this donation so we can send you a receipt or at best a letter of thanks.

Or for information on how you can help,
or Phone

The KTB office on 08 91682576 or
Lee Scott-Virtue or Dean Goodgame on 08 9168 7080

"The Kimberley Toad Busters are leaders in the unprecedented community
response to the threat posed by cane toads to Western Australia and I
commend the passion and commitment of your members,"
Director General DEC. Kieran McNamara, 19 January 2009
"I'd like to congratulate your group on its efforts to halt the spread of
cane toads to Western Australia...Your work eradicating 350,000 cane toads
from the Territory's Victoria River region is greatly appreciated,"
Northern Territory Minister for Natural Resources, Environment and Heritage, Alison Anderson, 16 January 2009.

"The Territory has benefitted from the work of the Kimberley Toad Busters,
who regularly travel up to 400km into the Northern Territory to
capture...cane toads..."
Northern Territory Minister for Natural Resources, Environment and Heritage, Alison Anderson, 16 January 2009.

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"It is important to recognise that the pristine terrestrial and aquatic habitat systems of the Kimberley are already under threat. Current land care and resource management policies undertaken by land and resource managers have had a detrimental impact on Kimberley biodiversity. Most of our plant and animal biodiversity is in a fragile state. The impact of the cane toad, if allowed to happen, will literally destroy one of the last unique biodiversity wilderness frontiers in Australia," Lee Scott-Virtue. Kimberley Specialists in Research.

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