Australian Wildlife Conservancy manages nearly 4 million hectares, protecting more native wildlife than any other organisation.
Expert trackers from the CLC Nyirripi Range Group assist with AWC's annual tracking survey on Newhaven Wildlife Sanctuary.
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New hope for endangered Mala - Emergency translocation success as Mala return to Newhaven
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.
AWC ecologists in the Kimberley have carried out the first ecological research into one of Australia’s most elusive lizards, the Kimberley Crevice-skink.
One of our most endangered kangaroo species, the Banded Hare-wallaby, has made a historic return to mainland Australia, more than 100 years after the last wild colony disappeared as a result of foxes and cats.