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Last updated 15/01/2020Bushfire Update

AWC Chief Executive, Tim Allard, is at Parliament House today participating in the Environment Minister’s bushfire response roundtable which is thrashing out emergency interventions to effectively protect and restore wildlife impacted by the recent catastrophic bushfires.

AWC is part of a panel alongside experts including Dr John Woinarski, CSIRO, the Academy of Science, the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, TNC, Greening Australia, Conservation volunteers, Taronga Zoo, Zoos South Australia, Zoos Victoria and others that are providing advice to the Government.

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Featured SanctuaryMt Gibson Wildlife Sanctuary

Mt Gibson Wildlife Sanctuary protects a large area of diverse habitat in the south of Western Australia. As the site of an ambitious reintroduction project, it is set to play a critical role in the conservation of the threatened mammals of southwestern Australia.

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