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

Glossy-Black-Cockatoo

It has been estimated that most of the range and populations of between 20 and 100 threatened species has been destroyed by Australia's bushfire tragedy. The long-term survival prospects for some of these unique native birds and animals are dire.

On Kangaroo Island, there are serious concerns for the long-term viability of the Kangaroo Island dunnart and the glossy black-cockatoo. Both species have lost much of their habitat.

Your gift will help to:

  • 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

Bushfires Have Pushed Threatened Species Closer to Extinction!

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