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Paddy Pallin Science Grants

The Paddy Pallin Foundation and The Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife will be offering six Science Grants in 2013, worth up to $7000 each to support field‐based, high quality ecological research. The objective of the grant program is to provide financial support for conservation‐based research of Australian species and ecosystems that will ultimately lead to tangible outcomes for management. The scope of the research is open to terrestrial, marine and freshwater research on animals and/or plants and ecological communities. The Foundation for National parks and Wildlife Grants are for marine science only.

The grants are open to postgraduate students and Early Career Researchers (within 3 years of submitting PhD). Funding for 2013 will commence in September. The grant will be administered through the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales.

For further details please see the Paddy Pallin Science Grants part of the RZS of NSW website

A subcommittee comprising members of the council of the Royal Zoological Society of NSW and representatives of the Paddy Pallin Science Grants funders will assess applications and the decision of the subcommittee is final. Applicants will be notified by email of the outcomes of the grant by 15 September 2013. Funding will then be provided on a staged basis after completion of progress report (after approximately 9 and 18 months depending on project).

Enquiries please contact the RZS office at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Todownload the cover sheet click here.

To read about the Paddy Pallin Foundation Science Grant recipients click here



Last Updated on Thursday, 14 August 2014 15:38


Paddy Pallin Foundation Private Land Conservation Grants 2013 have now been announced.

Grants recipients for2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 and 2008 are listed on this website.

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