Species: Mammals

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Fire management and feral predator control help to protect glider populations on AWC sanctuaries and partnership sites.

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AWC helps protect a population of Bush Rat on North Head Sanctuary.

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AWC helps protect a population of Brown Antechinus on North Head Sanctuary.

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AWC helps protect a population of Kangaroo Island Dunnarts on Kangaroo Island.

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AWC protects an established population of Shark Bay mice on Faure Island.

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Koalas inhabit eucalypt forests and woodlands in eastern Australia from north Queensland through to south-east South Australia.

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The Northern Brown Bandicoot is common on the east coast of Australia north from the Hawkesbury River up to the tip of Cape York.

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 AWC plays an important role in conserving the Yellow-footed Rock-wallaby in the central Flinders Ranges.

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AWC protects the Western Quoll at Paruna Sanctuary using a comprehensive feral predator control program.

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AWC successfully reintroduced Western Barred Bandicoots to Faure Island in 2005.

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