Western Australia has about 50 per cent of Australia's threatened mammals, as well as many threatened bird, reptile, frog, fish and invertebrate species. Our research seeks to conserve and manage Western Australian fauna by reducing the likelihood of extinction of individual animal species and loss of ecological communities.
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To help conservation and recovery efforts for the endangered numbat, Parks and Wildlife is looking for PhD students to carry out two applied ecology research projects in the Upper Warren region east of Bridgetown and Manjimup. For more information download the PDF631.5 KB.