This Reconciliation Week, we're proud to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the places in which we work including our northern tropical savannas and the Martu people of the Western Desert.

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This Reconciliation Week were proud to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the

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Australia is home to ten species of kingfishers from the tiny Little Kingfisher to the mighty Laughing Kookaburra. Check out our selection of beautiful kingfisher photos: [ Goo.gl Link ]
Australia is home to ten species of kingfishers from the tiny Little

Keen on kingfishers - The Nature Conservancy Australia

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Kooka Barb
Deb Myors
Dimity Bambrick
Southern sunset, Rocky Bay, Port Eliot, SA

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Southern sunset Rocky Bay Port Eliot SA

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Can Common Names Help Avian Subspecies Conservation?
Can Common Names Help Avian Subspecies Conservation

Can Common Names Help Avian Subspecies Conservation?

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Can't. Handle. The. Cuteness……
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Cant Handle The Cuteness
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Dawn Black
Sultan Ali
Today, we’re celebrating World Day for Cultural Diversity and honouring our staff, partners, volunteers and supporters, talented women and men making a difference in conservation around the world, in 69 countries.

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Today were celebrating World Day for Cultural Diversity and honouring our staff
Our team is participating in the Great Ocean Road marathon this weekend. Wish them good luck!

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Our team is participating in the Great Ocean Road marathon this weekend
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Dawn Black
... and here's a short video to help explain our shell recycling project #waronwasteau
Barry Johnston
Dave Spiler
Vali Audet
Check out the ABC's coverage of our shell recycling project to restore the forgotten shellfish reefs of Port Phillip Bay #waronwasteau
Check out the ABCs coverage of our shell recycling project to restore

Recycling shells from your plate to benefit the ocean

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Donald Ashby
Carol Mackey
Lyn Becker
A very cute Long-nosed Fur Seal pup.

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A very cute Longnosed Fur Seal pup

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Whyou Pratama
Mukti All Manyeng
Joe Seals
The fascinating Eastern Spiny-tailed Gecko can shoot a sticky substance as a defence mechanism.

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The fascinating Eastern Spinytailed Gecko can shoot a sticky substance as a
Asgar Amirullah Elake
Margaret Hathway
Shinobu Chanbut-Luigi Morita Thao
Beautiful photo of a Silver Gull.

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Beautiful photo of a Silver Gull

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Anne Halfpenny
Lucia Elisabet
Honouring all the mothers out there for their love and dedication. Happy Mother's Day!
Honouring all the mothers out there for their love and dedication Happy Mother's Day
Parjono Jono
Sulistyos Iron Aviary
Antonio Laccarini
Are kookaburras screaming or laughing? Hint, it depends on the species.

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Are kookaburras screaming or laughing Hint it depends on the species

Are kookaburras screaming or laughing?

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Colleen Brierley
Debbie Gordon
Kaye Vanzetti
Reflecting back on the beauty of nature? Caption this!

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Reflecting back on the beauty of nature Caption this
Shelley Campbell
Sukeipah YP
Ave Uli
Sophie Cunningham announced as 2017 Nature Writing Prize Winner.
"These days the work of nature writing seems even more urgent. Climate Change and the exponential increase in both the population and in development, is bringing us to a precipice. This makes the act of writing, of bearing witness, even more crucial, and the good work of those who support that writing is even more...
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Sophie Cunningham announced as 2017 Nature Writing Prize Winner
Galahs form huge, noisy flocks and roost together at night. Did you know that they also form permanent pair bonds? Learn more at [ Goo.gl Link ]

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Galahs form huge noisy flocks and roost together at night Did you
Christina Attwell
Peter Price
Margaret Roberts
As a fan of nature, you probably already know that some of our wildlife in Australia is, well, weird. But do you know how truly weird it gets? Here’s 10 Aussie animal oddities we hope you’ll enjoy.
As a fan of nature you probably already know that some of

Australian animal oddities

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Pamuja Kuat Ph
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A beautiful Double-barred Finch, well captured by Joan Tomkins. Do you know what's its favourite habitat is?

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A beautiful Doublebarred Finch well captured by Joan Tomkins Do you know
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Alyxia Frances
Claire Wood