Give now to protect endangered native animals and restore the habitats they depend on


Australia has the world’s second largest number of unique flora and fauna species yet one of the highest rates of extinction in the world. It has been estimated that most of the range and populations of between 20 and 100 threatened species were destroyed in Australia's 2019/2020 bushfire tragedy.

The long-term survival prospects for some of these unique native birds and animals are dire and depend on rebuilding parks and wildlife populations. 

The United Nations’ Global Biodiversity Framework includes concrete measures to halt and reverse nature loss, including putting 30 per cent of the planet and 30 per cent of degraded ecosystems under protection by 2030. The goal, also knowns as 30x30 Initiative,  is to protect 30% of land and sea by 2030.

The Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife is working towards this goal with state environmental authorities to identify high conservation value land adjacent to 
National parks to restore and strengthen lost habitats and populations. Your gift will help to:

Secure high conservation value areas near national parks
Restore vital wildlife corridors for endangered native birds and animals
Provide nest boxes and plant vegetation to provide critical food resources
Increase the control of pest animals and weeds that magnify the impacts of fires on wildlife

With your support,  we take the first steps on the long path to heal our damaged natural environment and to protect our unique landscapes and biodiversity into the future. 

Thank you for supporting the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife.  

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