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GIVE THE GIFT OF HABITAT TO AN ENDANGERED SPECIES

Corangamite Water Skink
Status: Endangered

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Gilbert's Potoroo
Status: Critically Endangered

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Glossy Black Cockatoo
Status: Endangered

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Grey-headed Flying-fox
Status: Vulnerable

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Koala
Status: Vulnerable

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Mahogany Glider
Status: Endangered

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Mary River Turtle
Status: Endangered

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Mountain Pygmy-possum
Status: Endangered

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Northern Quoll
Status: Endangered

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Numbat
Status: Endangered

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Orange-bellied Parrot
Status: Critically endangered

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Quokka
Status: Vulnerable

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Southern Cassowary
Status: Endangered

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Spotted Tree Frog
Status: Endangered

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Wedge-tailed Eagle
Status: Endangered

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You can help restore habitat for Endangered Species impacted by the Black Summer bushfires

Australia has had one of the worst bushfire seasons in recorded history. Over 12 million hectares of bushland has been destroyed. Scientists estimate that over 1 billion native animals have been impacted by these fires.


Wherever you see the flame symbol on our site you will know that this animal or plant has been directly impacted by the Black Summer bushfires and is in need of your help.

 

Our goal in 2020 is to raise $1,000,000

These funds will be matched by the investment from our generous partners at One Tree Planted.

Their support has helped us to begin the healing. Your contribution will ensure that habitat conservation projects critical to the survival of endangered native species impacted by summer fires are a success.

 

HABITAT = SURVIVAL

Plant a Tree for Me! is a practical and effective way that you can invest in the conservation of our native wildlife and natural environment. Your donation will help grow native trees to increase biodiversity and provide vital habitat to help protect our unique wildlife.


Your donation will help us engage local communities to restore wildlife corridors for mountain pygmy possums, quolls, gliders and lyrebirds in NSW, and re-establish She-Oak woodlands to provide additional food source and habitat for regionally rare species such as Firetails and the Glossy Black Cockatoo on South Australia's Fleurieu Peninsula. Our work supports on-ground projects to protect habitat, rehabilitate native bushland and increase biodiversity for our threatened species. Please donate today and help us Heal our Land for Australian wildlife.

 

Your gift will plant trees for the future

Help us plant native seedlings to grow our natural landscapes, build biodiversity and save endangered species.

Extinction of species can have unforeseen effects with widespread consequences for ecosystems, native wildlife and for people. Our futures are linked.

Please donate today.

 

 

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Syzygium (Lillipilly): The genus has a native range that extends from Africa and Madagascar through southern Asia east.

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Acacia (wattle):, is a genus of shrubs and trees. Unlike its African cousins, most Australian Acacias are not thorny.

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Ficus: a pan-tropical genus of trees, shrubs and vines occupying a wide variety of ecological niches.

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Commonly called sheoaks or she-oaks, they are notable for their long, segmented branchlets that function as leaves.

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Baeckea is a genus of flowering plants of about 75 species, of which 70 are endemic to Australia.

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HOW WE SUPPORT HABITAT ACROSS AUSTRALIA  

Protecting Habitat

More than 500,000 hectares protected.  We work with key stakeholders and organisations to help protect and support Australia’s biodiversity and essential land and water resources for the long-term...

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Wildlife conservation

Over 100 species protected. We work with select project partners to carefully choose each solution based on scientifically informed research and best practice conservation management. We fund scientifically...

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Environmental Education

More than 4 million Australians engaged. Our environmental educational program, media outreach, publications and websites engage over 4 million people each year, raising community awareness about the importance of the environmental, social and economic...

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WHO IS THE FOUNDATION FOR NATIONAL PARKS & WILDLIFE?

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The Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife (FNPW) is a national not-for-profit organisation growing the land protected by Australia’s National Parks and saving its native species from extinction.

Our projects successfully bring together communities, volunteers, conservationists, landowners, scientists, business, government and National Parks agencies, to form powerful partnerships.

We believe in the importance of investing in our unique landscape, native animals and cultural heritage, helping people and our partners to convert their passion for nature and wildlife into meaningful and sustainable conservation solutions and actions.

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