Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC) owns and manages 27 sanctuaries covering more than 4.6 million hectares. The Pilliga is managed under a historic partnership between the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service and AWC. The agreement provides a new, ground breaking model for collaboration between the public and private (non-profit) sector. A feature of the partnership will be the establishment of a large (5,800 ha) feral predator-free project area within the national park and the reintroduction of at least Six mammal species that have been extinct in Pilliga for more than a century. This program forms part of the NSW Government’s ‘Saving Our Species’ program. The Pilliga project area covers 35,000 hectares at the northern, more productive section of the vast Pilliga forests...

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