Australian Wildlife Conservancy protects some of the largest remaining populations of many endangered species like Bilbies, Numbats & Gouldian Finches.
"Gulf of Carpentaria wildlife sanctuary identified as nationally significant site for shorebirds" - ABC, 20 April 2016
Watch exclusive AWC footage of a dingo hunting a feral pig, filmed near Pungalina-Seven Emu Wildlife Sanctuary
Two new species have been recorded as inhabitants of AWC’s Pungalina-Seven Emu Wildlife Sanctuary following the first major survey of the sanctuary’s remote coastal habitats.
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.