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The secret to AWC’s success is our commitment to practical, on-ground land management informed by world class science. Almost 80 per cent of AWC’s staff is based in the field, including more than 50 ecologists. The scale at which we undertake practical land management activities such as fire management and feral animal control is unique within Australia.

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Featured SanctuaryMallee Cliffs National Park

Spanning over 58,000 hectares in western NSW, Mallee Cliffs National Park protects regionally significant examples of vegetation communities which were formerly abundant in the region, from Spinifex covered sand dunes to old-growth Mallee woodlands. The park provides key habitat for several iconic threatened species, and will soon be home to a groundbreaking mammal reintroduction program.

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Breaking News 07 Oct. 2019

AWC brings Bilbies back to the Mallee

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Wildlife Matters

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