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Give the gift of hope this festive season

AWC’s team of dedicated field ecologists and land managers are continuing to deliver some of Australia’s most ambitious and important conservation projects.

Please give our wildlife something to celebrate this Christmas and New Year by making a tax-deductible donation to support one of our priority projects.

You can also join the matching challenge and help AWC raise $1,000,000 for the new Gorton Forest Sanctuary by Christmas.

2023 AWC Wall Calendar

Featuring a selection of images from AWC’s catalogue, this beautifully presented wall calendar takes you on a pictorial journey through some of AWC’s most remote sanctuaries and up close with some of Australia’s most unique and threatened wildlife.

This calendar has everything you need to keep on track in 2023 – and makes a perfect Christmas gift for friends and family!

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    Where we work

    Covering more than 12.9 million hectares, AWC owns, manages or works in partnership on more land than any other non-government conservation organisation in Australia.

    Our locations are situated in key regions including the Kimberley, the Top End, Cape York, Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre and the southwestern forests. It is possible to visit 11 AWC sanctuaries.

     

    Wildlife we protect

    Australia is one of the most important nations on Earth for biodiversity. Most of Australia’s wildlife is found nowhere else in the world, making its conservation even more important.

    AWC protects some of the nation’s most iconic and endangered wildlife including 74% of native mammal species, 88% of native bird species, 54% of reptile species and 56% of amphibian species.

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    Ecohealth Reports

    AWC’s Ecohealth monitoring program has been developed to measure and report on the status and trend of species, ecological processes and threats at all AWC sanctuaries and partnership projects. At each site a range of ecological indicators are selected, which focus on species at risk of decline, major threatening processes, and a broad range of other metrics for wildlife and vegetation.

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    2022 Impact Report

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    Visit an AWC Sanctuary

    From the Kimberley to Cape York, central Australia and the Top End, AWC’s network of wildlife sanctuaries include a large range of remote and iconic regions. At certain times of the year, we welcome visitors to 11 of our locations around Australia, to experience the benefits of AWC’s effective conservation first-hand.

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