Fidler on the case
July 2005: Read how a British bird-lover is helping to ensure the survival of the Gouldian finch, one of the most vividly coloured birds in the world.
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- Newhaven | Karakamia | Mt Gibson | Mornington-Marion Downs | Piccaninny Plains | Yampi Sound Training Area
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- Feral cat and fox control | Feral herbivore control | Fire management | Wildlife translocations | Science: surveys and research | Weed control | Feral cat research
Watch this short video featuring reports from AWC staff in the field at Yampi, Scotia, Mt Gibson, Newhaven, Piccaninny Plains and Mornington.Read more...
Yampi: AWC-Defence partnership to protect Kimberley jewel | Diamantina: AWC scientists uncover largest known Night Parrot population | Pilliga: First major biological survey conducted | Mt Gibson: Bringing back the Bilby | The science of feral predator-free areas | Battling wildfires in the KimberleyRead more...
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- Yampi Sound Training Area
Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC) and the Department of Defence (Defence) have today announced a ground-breaking partnership to deliver conservation and land management across Australia’s second-largest military training area.Read more...
- Mornington-Marion Downs
AWC’s annual finch census is underway with eight AWC field staff and 20 skilled volunteers spending two hours each sunrise, for five consecutive days counting and recording the number and variety of birds coming down to drink at over 80km of central Kimberley waterways, within AWC’s Mornington Wildlife Sanctuary.Read more...