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Australian Wildlife Conservancy
Australian Wildlife Conservancy represents an exciting new model for conservation in Australia. With a network of 18 properties covering more than 2.27 million hectares (5.6 million acres), the organisation is making a difference where it really counts - in the field. AWC implements practical, on-ground conservation programs including the reintroduction of endangered species, the control of feral animals and fire management.
To find out more, go to http://www.australianwildlife.org
Birds Australia is the oldest conservation organisation in Australasia. We began life in 1901 as the Australasian Ornithologists Union but have since simplified our trading name to Birds Australia (BA). We exist to conserve Australia's native birds and their habitats by expanding our scientific knowledge. To do this we rely on the support of thousands of members and volunteers, why not join us?
To find out more, go to http://www.birdsaustralia.com.au
Peter Merritt has established himself as one of Australia's hardest working wildlife photographers. His work has been published in Wingspan magazine and other scientific publications. Merritt spends many hours travelling Australia and capturing images of the Australian outback and its wildlife in his own unique style using Digital Nikkon equipment exclusively to photograph his subjects as they occur in their natural habitat.
To find out more, go to http://www.merrittimages.com
Flight School Photography
Jim is an award winning, freelance, avian photographer specializing in birds in flight. He is a native of Minnesota, where he was instilled with a keen interest in wildlife and nature since childhood. It was not until he moved to the birding paradise of central Florida; however, that he became seriously interested in photography.
To find out more, go to http://www.flightschoolphotography.com
Birds As Art
Arthur Morris is a free-lance nature photographer and writer specializing in birds. He taught elementary school in New York City for twenty-three years. For eight years he conducted the shorebird survey at the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge for The International Shorebird Surveys, Manomet, MA. Two of his images--out of 19,000 entries--were awarded prizes in the 1997 BG plc Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition, and another was similarly honored in the 2000 contest.
To find out more, go to http://www.birdsasart.com