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Australian Wildlife Conservancy - Wildlife Matters

It is our pleasure to share with you the latest edition of AWC’s Wildlife Matters.

It is our pleasure to share with you the latest edition of AWC's Wildlife Matters.
This edition showcases the increasing success of AWC's innovative conservation model on our own land and through ground-breaking partnerships with the Defence Department and NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.
Read about the following exciting developments:
  • In the Kimberley, AWC and Defence are working together to protect one of Australia's great natural areas - the 568,000 hectare Yampi Sound Training Area.
  • In western Queensland, at Diamantina National Park, AWC scientists have discovered the largest known population of the endangered Night Parrot.
  • In the Pilliga, AWC has carried out the first major biological survey under our partnership with the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.
  • Bilbies will be returned to south-western Australia for the first time in several decades when AWC translocates Bilbies to Mt Gibson this summer.
  • Plus more action from the field as AWC staff battle wildfires in northern Australia, undertake science projects across the continent and more!
Wildlife Matters Spring 2016
Thank you for your support.
Atticus Fleming
Chief Executive

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