Some great resources, specially chosen for archiving.
What is eating Australia?
An article, ‘What is eating Australia?‘, written by Dr Rob Morrison, Chairman of ARRFA, 1995 – 1998. This important document explains a range of issues associated with ecosystems and why we need to remove exotic animals, such as rabbits, from them.
Wascally Wabbits, Atlas Obscura, 2015
Australia after rabbits, ECOS Magazine, 2003
Rabbit Threat Abatement Plan, Background Document, 2015
Rabbits are a potential threat to over 300 threatened native species in Australia. A comprehensive background document presents information used to update a national Threat Abatement Plan for competition and land degradation by rabbits. See the draft Department of the Environment Background Document.
The Origins of Easter Bunny – Bilbies not Bunnies article, The Conversation, 2013
The first Easter Bunnies were a tricky way to avoid a papal decree to not eat red meat during Lent. A great article by RFA Patron Brian Cooke, explains the origins of both Easter Bunny and Easter Bilby. See the full ‘Bunnies or Bilbies’ article in The Conversation, March 29, 2013.