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Australian Wildlife Conservancy Wildlife Matters Journal

It is our pleasure to share with you the latest edition of AWC's Wildlife Matters.
Wildlife Matters Spring 2016

I am writing to share with you the latest edition of Wildlife Matters.
Your generous support is helping AWC deliver exceptional outcomes for Australia's wildlife in iconic locations such as the Kimberley, Cape York, Lake Eyre and the Top End. The Winter 2017 edition of Wildlife Matters highlights the importance of AWC's innovative new model for conservation and the success of key projects including:
  • The establishment of the largest feral cat-free area on mainland Australia (at Newhaven Wildlife Sanctuary, in central Australia)
  • Our ground-breaking collaboration with NSW National Parks (Pilliga, Mallee Cliffs) and the Defence Department (at Yampi, in the Kimberley).
  • AWC's scientific leadership, with reports on research covering feral cats and foxes, dingoes and endangered species such as Sharman's Rock-wallaby.
Wildlife Matters Spring 2016
AWC is unique within the conservation sector - no other organisation invests such a high percentage of available resources in the field. In 2016/17, AWC allocated 84% to conservation and less than 16% to fundraising and administration combined. Comparable organisations in our sector are allocating more than 40% to fundraising and administration.
I hope you enjoy reading the latest Wildlife Matters and learning more about the great work being undertaken by our dedicated team of land managers and field ecologists in remote locations across Australia.
As June 30 approaches, please consider a tax deductible donation in support of AWC. We will ensure it makes a difference in the field, delivering effective conservation for Australia's wildlife.
If you have already made a donation - thank you for your support, which is greatly appreciated by all of us at AWC ... our work is possible only because of your support!
Yours sincerely
Atticus Fleming
Chief Executive
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