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WWF today welcomed the announcement of a voluntary krill fishery closure along t ...
10 Jul 2018
WWF-Australia and QLD Government will fund a newly created position to mentor fe ...
9 Jul 2018
The first eastern quolls born in the wild on the Australian mainland in over 50 ...
8 Jul 2018
Four major environmental organisations have written to the United Nations callin ...
25 Jun 2018
WWF-Australia and the Australian Conservation Foundation say charities who hold ...
8 Jun 2018
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4 Jun 2018
A major boost today for one of Australia’s rarest reptiles, the Western Swamp To ...
1 Jun 2018
New satellite tracking has confirmed that critically endangered hawksbill turtle ...
30 May 2018
The Backyard Barometer is the first report to track the nation’s attitudes towar ...
24 May 2018
One of Australia’s most successful conservation projects is nearing completion w ...
18 May 2018
WWF-Australia today thanked supporters and congratulated the Queensland governme ...
3 May 2018
Public donations have enabled WWF-Australia to protect dugongs by removing the l ...
1 May 2018
When the National Energy Guarantee (NEG) was announced last year, WWF gave it th ...
20 Apr 2018
New pictures show why commercial gill nets and dugongs don't mix
19 Apr 2018
WWF-Australia says the WA state government must do more to stop the clearing of ...
13 Apr 2018
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Koala numbers are plummeting due to weakened tree-clearing laws in Queensland.
The black-flanked rock-wallaby is threatened by fox and feral cat predation, habitat destruction, and competition for food and shelter.