Australia has the highest rate of mammal extinction in the world. Our wildlife is at risk - time is running out.
Birds like the Gouldian finch are down to just a few thousand adults in the wild. For our wildlife to survive, we need to conserve their habitat. Please speak up for nature. Pledge to give them a safe home today.
We must stem the tide of extinction. Almost 1 in 3 of our mammals are still at risk – like the endangered Northern Quoll and Northern Hairy-nosed Wombat. And many of our unique birds are still threatened, such as the magnificent Gouldian Finch - an intelligent and truly spectacular bird. And like so many of Australia's amazing plants and animals, it only exists here.
They can’t speak up for themselves. They need you to do it for them. The Gouldian finch and all of our threatened wildlife need your help. And they need it today.
Their desperate survival relies on healthy habitats. Tragically, more than half a million species on land have insufficient habitat for long-term survival and are likely to go extinct, many within decades, unless their habitats are protected.
But it's not too late - If we act now we can save our unique species from being lost forever. It's critical that we speak up for nature.
Please make a pledge to protect our native wildlife now.
You can be part of the solution. Please make a generous gift to help conserve Australia’s natural landscapes & crucial wildlife habitat.
Immediate conservation intervention can be the difference between a species rebound and a species extinction. In fact, The Nature Conservancy is already helping creatures like the Gouldian Finch and the Norfolk Island Green Parrot make a comeback—proving that the actions you make can have a lasting difference.
Climate change, wildfires, habitat loss, feral animals and invasive plants have had a huge impact on native plants and animals, pushing them to the edge of extinction—but it is possible to bring them back from the brink!
Photo credits: Gouldian Finch Header Image © Sompreaw | Gouldian Finch © Bob Decker