Reintroducing our wildlife
April 2005: Around the country dedicated teams are reintroducing native animals to places their kind once lived.
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- Mallee Cliffs
- Field Programs
- Feral cat and fox control | Fire management | Wildlife translocations | Feral cat research | Science: surveys and research | Feral herbivore control | Weed control
Sir David Attenborough on AWC | Mt Gibson: Bringing back the Red-tailed Phascogale | North Head: Return of Eastern Pygmy Possums | Kalamurina: Secret life of Dingoes | Newhaven Endangered Wildlife Restoration Project | Mallee Cliffs and the Pilliga: Measuring ecological healthRead more...
Up to 13 new baby Numbats have been confirmed at AWC’s Mt Gibson Wildlife Sanctuary after ecologists sighted pouch young during trapping of ten adult Numbats to undertake routine health checks.Read more...
Related field program updates
Emergency translocation success as Mala return to NewhavenRead more...
Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC) is preparing to undertake an emergency translocation of a colony of Mala (Rufous Hare-wallaby), one of Australia's rarest mammals.Read more...