Threatened Species Day

On Threatened Species Day, September 7,
we call on the Government to take action to redress the decline in Australia's biodiversity.

 The Wombat Foundation supports the Brink initiative and its call to action to focus on one threatened species each year.

Australian species face a number of common threats.

 

The Wombat Foundation is issuing a call to action to focus on one threatened species each year as a way of showing that everyday Aussies can make a difference.

Threatened Species Day is held each year on September 7, in memory of the date on which the last known Tasmanian Tiger (Thylacine) died in 1936. The Government of the time granted protection to Tasmanian Tigers only two months earlier – far too late to save them.

Please support this initiative by personalising the Template Letter and following the instructions to send to the most appropriate politician.

TEMPLATE LETTER FILE
TO DOWNLOAD
from the Brink initiative

TEMPLATE LETTER
AND INSTRUCTIONS
from the Brink initiative

ELECTRONIC LETTER
from International Fund
for Animal Welfare site

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We cannot go it alone. Your support is vital if we are to bring the Northern hairy-nosed wombat back from the brink of extinction.