Australian Wildlife Society
The Wild Life Preservation Society of Australia was founded in 1909 by a group of enthusiastic bushwalkers. Today, they are known as the Australian Wildlife Society (AWS).
They are a national not-for-profit wildlife conservation organisation. Their mission is to conserve Australia’s wildlife (flora and fauna) through national environmental education, public awareness, advocacy, hands-on conservation work and community involvement.
Volunteering for AWS is a great way to develop your skills in the wildlife conservation sector. Opportunities are available on a flexible or ad hoc basis.
Get in touch today to find out how you can be involved!