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Community Wildlife Conservation Award

The Community Wildlife Conservation Award is made each year to recognise organisations which make a significant contribution to the preservation of Australian wildlife - MORE »
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Click here for Community Wildlife Conservation Award Nomination Form
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To nominate an organisation for the Community Wildlife Conservation Awards, download the PDF nomination form here »
 
2016 Community Wildlife Conservation Award
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The award for 2016 was made to Frog Safe, Inc. of Edmonton, North Queensland. This organisation has operated a frog hospital for 18 years, treating over 3,000 frogs in that time and has developed a deep understanding of frog health. Frog populations around the world are in decline and our awardee is doing its best to help understand and prevent this decline. It has developed an informative website, which is consulted far and wide and has been archived by the Government as part of its PANDORA project. Frog Safe's expertise is such that it is not only consulted by persons in its locality but by persons, including vets, in all parts of Australia and even from overseas. It has succeeded in making the world its community. MORE»
2015 Community Wildlife Conservation Award
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The Community Wildlife Conservation Award for 2015 was made to the Friends of the Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby Inc (BTRW). This group is based in the Kangaroo Valley and has been active in trying to prevent the extinction of the local population of the BTRW since 1995. The group has formed a close alliance with the local community, local landholders, local schools and with National Parks and Wildlife. They are a great example of a successful community organisation at working together for wildlife conservation.MORE»
 
2014 Community Wildlife Conservation Award
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The Community Wildlife Conservation Award for 2014 was Wild Mob of Brisbane. Although WildMob has a Brisbane base its work ranges from the Barrier Reef to Tasmania. They have focused their attention on saving endangered species. MORE »
 
2013 Community Wildlife Conservation Award
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The Community Wildlife Conservation Award for 2013 was not awarded.
 
2012 Community Wildlife Conservation Award
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The winner of the Community Wildlife Conservation Award for 2012 is the NSW Nature Conservation Working Group (NCWG) based in the Murray catchment area of NSW. MORE »
 
2011 Community Wildlife Conservation Award
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The Community Wildlife Conservation Award for 2011 was not awarded.
 
2010 Community Wildlife Conservation Award
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The winner of the Community Wildlife Conservation Award for 2010 is Wombat Awareness Organisation of South Australia. MORE »
 
2009 Community Wildlife Conservation Award
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The winner of the Community Wildlife Conservation Award for 2009 is Community for Coastal and Cassowary Conservation (C4) of Mission Beach North Queensland. MORE »
 
2008 Community Wildlife Conservation Award
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The winner of the Community Wildlife Conservation Award for 2008 was Australian Ecosystems Foundation Inc. of Lithgow, NSW. MORE »
 
2007 Community Wildlife Conservation Award
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The winner of the Community Wildlife Conservation Award for 2007 was the Natural History Society of South Australia Inc. MORE »
 
2006 Community Wildlife Conservation Award
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The winner of the Community Wildlife Conservation Award for 2006 was Friends of the Koala Inc from Lismore in New South Wales. MORE »
 
2005 Community Wildlife Conservation Award
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The winner of the Community Wildlife Conservation Award for 2005 was Mareeba Wetland Foundation of Northern Queensland. MORE »
 
2004 Community Wildlife Conservation Award
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The winner of the Community Wildlife Conservation Award for 2004 was Waterfall Springs Conservation Association Incorporated of Kulnurra near Gosford, NSW. MORE »
 
2003 Community Wildlife Conservation Award
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The recipient of the inaugural Community Wildlife Conservation Award – “Bringing Back the Flashjack Project” of Emerald in Central Queensland. MORE »
 
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