“Six of the world’s rarest mammals can be brought back from the edge of extinction by helping AWC’s project at Scotia. It is a vitally important project for Australia and the planet.” Sir David Attenborough
At Scotia Wildlife Sanctuary in western NSW, AWC has established the largest feral predator-free area on mainland Australia. Foxes, cats, rabbits and goats which have been responsible for decimating wildlife populations across the southern half of the continent, have been removed from an area of 8,000 hectares (20,000 acres). Within this feral-free wilderness AWC has reintroduced six of Australia’s most endangered mammals, including the Woylie, the Bilby, the Numbat, the Bridled Nailtail Wallaby, the Boodie and the Stick-nest Rat and is successfully rebuilding their populations.
Please make a tax deductible donation to support AWC’s Endangered Mammal Recovery Project at Scotia.
$20 will help AWC to save six of the world's rarest mammals from extinction.
To find out more, please visit www.australianwildlife.org.