Have you seen a Mahogany Glider?

Photo courtesy of Colyn Huber & Cairns Tropical Zoo

These guys need help desperately, us, you and everyone.

Who are they? They are Mahogany Gliders. (P. gracilis).

Where are they? Why do they need our help? They are Endangered Queenslanders from up north near Tully to Cardwell. Cyclones, Habitat Loss, Fragmentation and the fact that Australians only rediscovered this species late last century 1980s is a great reason to get on-board. Don’t you think?

This is an exciting time for us, we will have Mahogany Gliders to demonstrate and this will be our first step towards setting up an ongoing campaign to raise funds starting with monies from our proceeds.

By booking an Australian Bush Buddies visit, this is one way you will be contributing to assist in the reestablishment of this great little Aussie back in our bush!

We all can help, talk to us.

So do you want to help this little Aussie?

Photo courtesy of Colyn Huber & Cairns Tropical Zoo

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