Tragically, beauty is one of the reasons this rare bird is endangered today.
Many believe the Gouldian Finch to be the most beautiful bird in Australia — if not the world. What do you think?
Across northern Australia, their population dropped from hundreds of thousands to an estimated 2,400 left in the wild. Their striking plumage made them attractive to the aviary bird trade. Before a ban was finally put in place in the 1980s, they were trapped and sold without a thought given to their future.
Despite the ban, their wild population hasn’t recovered and they remain endangered today. What’s holding them back now is threats to their natural habitat from introduced species and changes in fire patterns.
Will you please join us in taking action by making a generous gift today? This stunning but rare bird and other species desperately need your help.
Your generous donation could help us protect the Gouldian Finch and other threatened Australian animals.
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By making a donation today you could help to protect habitat vital to the survival of this spectacular bird and other threatened Australian species.
You can be a part of the fight to conserve the habitat of the Gouldian Finch. Don’t let us lose one of Australia’s most beautiful and rare birds. They need people like you to conserve their threatened habitat which other native species also rely on to survive.
You can help fight to save the Gouldian Finch
Don’t let us lose one of Australia’s most beautiful and rare birds. They need people like you to conserve their threatened habitat which other native species also rely on to survive.