Serventy Conservation Medal
Runner Up for 2006


Linda and Bob Debus (former) Minister for the Environment



Lindsay Smith, winner of the 2006 Serventy Conservation Medal, with Bob Debus



Friends of the Koala, winners of the
2006 Community Conservation Award


The Wildlife Preservation Society of Australia recently presented their conservation awards for 2006, at Parliament House in Sydney.

Linda is incredibly proud to announce that she was the the 2006 Runner Up for the prestigious Serventy Conservation Medal for her wildlife education lectures, Fauna First Aid, and for freely sharing wildlife resources to all who need them on Fourth Crossing Wildlife.

The Serventy Conservation Medal for 2006 was awarded to Lindsay Smith of SOSSA for his dedication and hard work on albatross. The Community Conservation Award was awarded to Friends of the Koala. Congratulations to both!

The awards were presented at the WPSA annual 98th luncheon, and it was a great day attended by many wildlife enthusiasts including Bob Debus, Minister for the Environment (who presented the conservation awards), Peter Cundal of Gardening Australia (ABC television series), National Parks and Wildlife Service, Friends of National Parks, Australian Seabird Rescue and many more.

Read the Wildlife Preservation Society of Australia's Media Release

Read Linda's acceptance speech

Read article in Linda's local paper (Central Western Daily)


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