Birdlife Australia have been around for over 100 years and do a great deal to protect birds and their habitats.
The Australian Conservation Foundation do amazing work to protect and restore native habitats.
is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation
of Australia's wildlife and ecosystems. They have 13 sanctuaries
across Australia, protecting 40 threatened ecosystems and 135
threatened animal species. They are a dedicated bunch and if you
are of a mind to help out financially this would be a good organization
is the largest not-for-profit wildlife centred organization in
Australia, employing more than 100 people and raising $11M annually.
They are professional, dedicated and influential. Well worth supporting.
tell you too much abut Wild Aid but a quick look at their web
site seems to portray them as would-be rivals to WWF. Have a look
and see what you think.
If you want to make a real difference to the welfare of injured
or sick New South Wales wildlife then WIRES is the place to go.
Completely not-for-profit and run by volunteers, this group rescue
tens of thousands of animals each year.
This is the link to the Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland.
They were established in 1962 and are the oldest, largest and
most respected wildlife-focused conservation group in the State
of Queensland.Wildlife Information Sites
The Native Animal Network Association, care and rehabilitation of
injured wildlife in New South Wales.
sick and orphaned wildlife in Victoria.
Information - general
This really is a very good place to look for all things animal.
Run by the University
A truly fantastic site for all things relating to marine fauna,
including conservation. If you want more information about any
maine animals, including birds, this is the place to look.
Another really good site, more of an overview than any great detail,
but a good place to start. Deals with research, conservation and
education of urban Australian birds.
This site provides
species specific links to lots of other sites. You get a range
of information options, from those specifically aimed at children
to those offered by the state parks and wildlife service. Thus
the amount of information available is very impressive, although
the lists of bird and mammals covered is far from comprehensive.
I recommend this as a great first place to look.
Good general information on a wide range of Australian animals
The number one site for all things Australian fish.
This is a good site for information on devils, especially useful
for anyone wanting an update on Devil Facial Tumor Disease.
A very good site for information about koalas.
The National Wildlife Foundation is an American
organisation dedicated to preserving wildlife and utilising the
resouces of volunteers to achieve this.
This site gives a brief
overview of wombats and has a whole load of links to all things
This is another site
which has little information of its own but plenty of useful links.
Personally I love this
site. It's from the University of Michigan and is worth a good
look around because there's loads of information on most of Australia's
animals (as well of course as many others). This section is on
The Australian Dingo Conservation Association site.
An essential site for anyone interested in the dingo.
An essential site for anyone visiting NSW's national parks. Great
information on the wildlife present and heaps more besides.
An excellent site
for all things fauna (and flora) Tasmania.
- The work of leading UK wildlife photographer, Andrew Forsyth
PhotoLinks - The Photography Network
Davis Fine Art Nature Photography - poster-size images,
landscape photography, wildlife photography, sports photography.
Kettler, Portrait Photographer - Portrait photographer
Wolf Kettler shoots people - on location, in black and white, in
Website Directory Directory - New South Wales Directory
- searchable directory of photography and professional photographers.