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March 25 2017

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. 


FAME's 2015/2016 Annual Report

FAME Annual Report 15/16

Download a PDF copy of Foundation for Australia’s Most Endangered Species 2015/2016 Annual Report.

Help our Flinders Ranges Quoll

Help our Flinders Ranges Quoll

So far, over 3 stages, 93 Quolls have been relocated with an estimated population now of approx 150. In order for these numbers to sustain and grow, ongoing maintenance is required over the next 2 years - the most difficult part. 

Critical to the project's success are related efforts to deal with feral cats, improving land conditions, scientific research and monitoring and hard, on-the-ground attention to detail to keep track of real-time impacts. This is key to the healthy long term survival of a wild population of Western Quolls in the Flinders Ranges.

Please consider a tax deductible donation today

 

FAME's Strategic Plan 2017-2020

Download a PDF copy of FAME's Strategic Plan 2017-2020