Help save our threatened species

Nearly 1000 native plants and animals are currently facing extinction in NSW. But it’s not too late to do something and make a difference: join the movement to save our one-of-a-kind species.

If, like us, you want to help conserve our unique plants and animals for generations to come, there are a few ways to support us and be part of Saving our Species.

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Brush-tailed rock-wallaby (Petrogale penicillata) is endangered in NSW

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Your donations help to fund our conservation actions to stabilise, secure and increase populations of threatened species – and every dollar makes a big difference.

Volunteers planting near the beach at Tomaree National Park

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Volunteers are integral to the success of our program – here’s how you can get involved.

Spotted-tailed quoll (Dasyurus maculatus)

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Through collaboration we can achieve a greater impact and deliver tangible and long lasting results for more threatened plants and animals in NSW.

Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) with joey

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If you’ve spotted a threatened animal or plant in NSW, reporting the sighting can help us better understand and manage the species.

MacNutt's wattle (Acacia macnuttiana)

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By supporting Saving our Species, you can help to secure the long-term future of NSW’s one-of-a-kind species. Join the movement. We can make a difference.

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