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  The Australian Wildlife Society announces the
eastern quoll as our 2016 wildlife animal of the year.
Our focus will be on raising awareness of their plight.
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Australian Native Wildlife Title Act
  Protecting ALL Australian Wildlife with new Native Title Act.
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Wildlife Ecology Science Research Scholarship
  You may be eligible to submit an application for the newly established Australian Wildlife Society Research Scholarship to help you complete your degree. More information »

Applications close: 28 February
 
 
     
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