As winter sets in across the country along with lockdowns in most states, we hope you’re staying safe and keeping warm on your sanctuary!

We welcomed five new sanctuaries to the Wildlife Land Trust this July, adding 159 hectares to our conservation network. Among our newest members is Endor – the picturesque woodlands on this Tasmanian sanctuary are home to spotted and masked owls, Tasmanian devils and Bennett’s wallabies.

HSI News

Want to learn more about Humane Society International’s Australian wildlife work? Our latest newsletter, Standing For Animals, features some incredible stories from HSI-supported Wildlife Land Trust sanctuaries working to rehabilitate native animals after terrible natural disasters.

Also featuring a deep dive into our dingo and flying fox campaigns and an interview from yours truly, this edition is a must-read! Check it out here. https://hsi.org.au/uploads/publication_documents/HSI_newsletter_July_2021_upload.pdf

AWRC

The Australian Wildlife Rehabilitation Conference is taking place virtually on the 13th – 15th August, featuring leading wildlife carers, veterinarians and researchers from across the country. This year it’s supported by Humane Society International and will feature a presentation from the WLT’s Head of Programs, Evan Quartermain.

We hope you’re keeping well on your sanctuary!