Animal welfare issues will be on the agenda when Mark Pearson of the Animal Justice Party pays his first visit to the Far South Coast next week.
Mr Pearson will hold a public meeting at the Batemans Bay Soldier’s Club on Monday, February 19 from 6pm, to hear about issues affecting the regions’ animals and environment.
Issues up for discussion on the night will include big game fishing, the dairy industry, circuses and rodeos and Huntfest.
Mr Pearson was elected to the NSW Legislative Council in 2015 and was the first person in Australian history to be elected on an animal protection platform.
He will discuss his work in parliament for animals, including his upcoming bills to ban puppy farming and exotic animals in circuses.
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