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WildArk is a registered not-for-profit committed to supporting conservation initiatives that have tangible outcomes for biodiversity protection worldwide. We invest in scientific research for biodiversity protection and help protect land for conservation as well as share positive, uplifting stories of conservation successes in order to inspire others to reconnect with nature and work to protect it.
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WildArk100 research identifying umbrella species to protect biodiversity.
Be inspired by stories from the frontline and discover men and women fighting to protect the wild.
We work with partners to assist in biodiversity protection worldwide.
WildArk partners with numerous conservation organisations around the world committed to protecting fragile ecosystems and threatened species.
60 Swift Parrots Spotted at Tarcutta Hill’s Reserve
10 September 2018
Bush Heritage Australia is delighted to announce that up to 60 Swift Parrots have been seen feeding at their Tarcutta Hills Reserve on Wiradjuri country in southern New South Wales.
Mick Fanning and Friends Visit Grizzly Plains Conservancy
07 September 2018
In August 2018 WildArk Ambassador Mick Fanning along with good mates Corey Wilson and Taylor Steele, traveled with the WildArk team to Bristol Bay Alaska to visit WildArk’s latest conservation project Grizzly Plains Conservancy.
WildArk Announces Grizzly Plains Conservancy in Bristol Bay, Alaska
01 September 2018
WildArk is excited to announce its latest project in partnership with the Igiugig community on Lake Iliamna, Alaska. Phase 1 of the project named “Grizzly Plains” will secure a vital piece of land on the shore of the Kvichak River, one of the most important rivers in the greater Bristol Bay Salmon fishery.
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