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Centre for Compassionate Conservation

We are an innovative research, education and advisory centre that improves the welfare of wild animals using a Compassionate Conservation approach.
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Your gifts will allow the Centre to grow Compassionate Conservation movement and push for change in legislation and policy to better protect our wildlife.
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Compassionate Conservation in action

International research is beginning to explore frameworks for the unification of animal welfare and conservation sciences.
A new collaboration between the Bathurst community, the local council and UTS is adding some much needed science to the debate about how to manage kangaroos around Mt Panorama.
Researchers from the Centre have confirmed a family of rare white wallaroos living right next to Australia's most famous race car track.
This public lecture draws upon case studies to explore how we respond to inconvenient animal populations, the fallout for animals and people alike and considers how we can work toward more compassionate solutions for the future.
The head of new survey of kangaroos at Bathurst's Mount Panaroma says the research will play an important role as second race track is considered.