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Why Fame ?

Why Fame ?

Australia has an amazing range of life forms - many of which are only found in this country. Sadly Australia has the worst rate of extinction in the world! FAME has taken up the challenge of preventing further extinctions. 

With the support of people like you, FAME has helped bring more than 20 unique Australian species back from the brink. But there is a still lot to do - the fate of hundreds of species are hanging in the balance and time is running out... Your donation today will help save some of Australia's most endangered animals. 

In the Spotlight

In the Spotlight

Breaking News: Western Quoll returns to Flinders Ranges in South Australia after more than a century.

As part of a ambitous joint project between FAME and the SA Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources,  Western Quolls will be translocated from Western Australia to the Flinders Ranges in stages. Stage 1 in April saw the return of 36 Quolls to Wilpena Pound. 

Assuming that they settle in and begin to breed, the Flinders quoll population will be supplemented by further releases over the next few years. Find out more about this important project and how it will help restore balance to the Flinders Ranges ecosystem.

September 17 2014

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