Have you heard of the Nabarlek? It’s a tiny, doe-eyed rock-wallaby that stands about 30cm high. Think of a school ruler. Like all our precious native species, known or unknown, it’s worth saving.
Nabarleks are an endangered species. But not much is known about them. And they're not alone. The Nabarlek is one of hundreds, if not thousands of native species in Australia unknown to many of us. Some are severely threatened and desperately need your help.
Make a generous today to put the best conservation science into action right now. Together, we can help lesser known species like the tiny doe-eyed Nabarlek survive.
Your support will help power conservation in Australia — defending threatened species and partnering with local communities to protect the nature we all rely on.
Thank you for showing how much you care for nature. Thank you!
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Photo credit: Nabarlek © Jiri Lochman, Lochman Transparencies