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NATIVE PETS - KEEPING WILDLIFE

 

Australia's wildlife faces an uncertain future as it battles with introduced animal species (such as the cat and fox) for survival. Perhaps it is time to consider native animal and bird species as alternatives for pets. This page will outline information and links to resources concerning keeping Australian fauna as pets.

 

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FROGS IN NEW SOUTH WALES:

In New South Wales all native frogs, including their eggs and tadpoles are protected under the National Parks and Wildlife Act. In order to keep frogs as pets a license is required from the National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS). Frogs can then only be obtained from other licensed frog owners. Class 1 licenses cost about $60.00 for 2 years. For more information on license requirements visit NPWS (NSW) at:

http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/wildlifelicences/FrogKeepersLicence.htm

 

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