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Protecting the Past, Conserving the Future

More than twice the size of Yellowstone National Park, the new Warddeken and Djelk Indigenous Protected Areas in northern Australia contain ancient rock art paintings that reveal the intricate connection that Indigenous Australians have had with their natural world for millennia. The Nature Conservancy is partnering with traditional landowners who will work as rangers to help manage these massive reserves. You can help support the Conservancy's work and protect areas in Australia that are invaluable both to nature and people.

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