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The Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife exists to help save the environment. Their vision is to be Australia's foremost philanthropic partner for national parks.
A non profit, volunteer based organisation dedicated to the care and well being of bats and wildlife.
Birds Australia (the Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union) was founded in 1901 and works to conserve native birds and biodiversity in Australasia and Antarctica.
Birds in Backyards is a research, education and conservation program focusing on the birds that live where people live.
The NSW Department of Environment and Conservation has developed this site as part of its role in administering the NSW Threatened Species Conservation Act.
The Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales (RZS of NSW) main focus is to foster the study and conservation of Australia's unique native fauna.
Taronga Zoo & the Taronga Foundation's vision is to be recognised as a world leader in the development of philanthropic support for the conservation & presentation of Australian & exotic wildlife.
For 25 years, WSPA has aimed to promote the concept of animal welfare in regions of the world where there are few, if any, measures to protect animals.
F.A.U.N.A. is a group of dedicated volunteer wildlife carers based in Queensland. They rescue and care for sick, injured or orphaned wildlife.
The Australian National Wildlife Rehabilitation Conference SA 2010 is the 7th national conference for those dedicated to the welfare, rescue and rehabilitation of native wildlife.
FATS is a society of people based in New South Wales, Australia, who have a genuine interest in frogs and tadpoles.
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