Numbats need your help
Conservationists and ecologists are desperately trying to rebuild populations of the endangered numbat which have been decimated by feral foxes and cats.
The Numbat Task Force is monitoring the recovering population in the Dryandra Woodland in Western Australia, one of only two places where the species survives naturally, and a reintroduced population in Dragon Rocks Nature Reserve, 232km east of Dryandra.
Help us raise funds to support this crucial work. They’ll be used to buy sensor cameras and associated equipment, which can detect animals 365 days a year, and also help pay for a flight in a small aircraft to document the survival of radio-collared animals.