Home to several species of wildlife unique to the continent, Australia is an important site for biodiversity. At the same time, Australia has the highest rate of mammal extinction globally. Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC) is working hard to change this statistic, with a team of conservationists, partnerships with Indigenous groups and other stakeholders, and nearly 30 land management locations. On their website, readers can learn more about their work and conservations generally. The "AWC in Conversation" webinar series may be of particular interest. Three seasons of webinars are currently available. Usually around 45 minutes long, these recorded presentations feature AWC staff and guests who discuss various aspects of their conservation work, from koala rescues (see the April 30, 2020 conversation with Andrew Howe) to aerial burns (see the May 7, 2020 conversation with Toby Barton) to vegetation protection (see the October 15, 2020 conversation with Jeanette Kemp). Readers can stay up-to-date on ecology advances and projects on the Newsroom page, or by browsing AWC's Wildlife Matters publications. Published biannually, these issues are packed with interesting conservation and ecology stories, which can be read individually online or downloaded as an entire issue (in PDF form). On the Wildlife page, readers can learn more about the many creatures AWC works to protect. The Science Publications section (found under Our Work) also offers in-depth reading materials (though readers should note these publications are housed on external sites, and some are open-access while others are not).