Australia's grass parrots

Are our 2021 wildlife of the year.

Our focus will be on raising awareness of their plight

Our focus will be on raising awareness of their plight

The Tree Kangaroo is our 2019 wildlife of the year our focus will be on raising awareness of their plight

University Research Grants

 

The Australian Wildlife Society University Research Grants are scholarships offered to honours or postgraduate students at Australian universities. Each year, ten $1,500 grants are awarded. Applicants must be a member of the Society, student membership is free click to become a member.

CLOSING DATE: APPLICANTS ARE DUE BY 31ST MAY
APPLICANTS WILL BE NOTIFIED BY MAIL IN JULY

National colouring-in competition

The Australian Wildlife Society colouring-in competition is designed to inspire the younger generation to learn about Australis's native wildlife via visual art and creativity. We hope that the experience provides participants with the opportunity to explore and develop a deeper understanding of environmental and wildlife-related issues.

Closing date: entries are due by 30 November.

You may be eligible to submit an application for the newly established Australian Wildlife Society Research Scholarship to help you complete your degree. More »

Applications close: 31 May

Mission Statement

The Society was formed in May 1909 and is committed to the preservation of Australia’s unique native wildlife through national environmental education, advocacy, community involvement, as well as practical hands-on wildlife conservation projects.

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Would you like to donate to the Society or become a friend of AWS?Help save Australia's precious wildlife by making a one-off donation or a monthly contribution.

Donate to one of Australian Wildlife Society's conservation projects or give a donation as a gift to help save Australia's precious wildlife.

100% of any donations go directly to wildlife and/or wildlife conservation projects across Australia. Donated funds are never used to manage the organisation. 

 Donations of $2 or more are fully tax-deductible.