AWC in the media

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2005
  • Reviving the Avon Valley

    Reviving the Avon Valley

    July 2005

    The picturesque Avon Valley now has much of its original mammal fauna once again, thanks to cooperative efforts by the Department of Conservation and Land Management and the Australian Wildlife Conservancy.

  • Fidler on the case

    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.

  • Into the Breach

    Into the Breach

    July 2005

    Biodiversity has some new champions.  High-profile businessmen who are - literally - buying back the farm and returning bushland to its pristine state.

  • Reintroducing our wildlife

    Reintroducing our wildlife

    April 2005

    Around the country dedicated teams are reintroducing native animals to places their kind once lived.

2003
  • Smitten Brit won't give an inch for threatened Finch

    Smitten Brit won't give an inch for threatened Finch

    August 2003

    More than 40 years ago, Mike Fidler was walking down a bleak street in Manchester when, through a pet shop window, he saw birds so colourful they looked as though they has been rolled in a rainbow.  Read about Mr Fidler's fight for the Gouldian finch.

2002
  • Home from home brings wallaby back from the brink

    Home from home brings wallaby back from the brink

    August 2002

    Peter Trott from The West Australian writes about AWC's project to reintroduce the Black-flanked Rock Wallaby to its former home in the now feral-free Avon Valley.

  • Endangered species find island haven

    Endangered species find island haven

    June 2002

    Amanda Hodge writes in The Australian about AWC's monumental three year journey to create a predator free haven on Faure Island, the first of its kind in Australia.