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28/02/2020Bushfire recovery update

The 2019-20 summer bushfires which engulfed thousands of kilometres of Australia have left a scarred landscape in their wake. The extent of the damage may never be fully known, but it has been estimated that more than one billion animals have died in the carnage. 

As part of the recovery effort, AWC staff are out in the field assisting with several collaborative recovery projects…

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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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