Celebrating Wildlife of The Big Scrub
Rainforest Rescue's work to protect and expand The Big Scrub Rainforest indeed has beneficiaries. Working with the Aboriginal community helps low-income families develop a sustainable/eco-friendly economy. Helping rainforest ecosystems also aids the local and global environment. This being the most bio-diverse ecosystem in all New South Wales, we thought it would be nice to give you a list of all the threatened species that live in and around the area, and depend on the well-being of The Big Scrub Rainforest. Helping an incredible "green team" develop a 21st century model for a more sustainable economy has the same effect as throwing a stone into a pond, and then seeing the classic ripple effect. Your donations make an impact and this impact carries on.
From great birds like the Red-tailed Black Cockatoo, to the Giant Barred Frog and from the Spotted-tailed Quoll to flying foxes and even the beloved koala, some Australia's most iconic and keystone species reside in this great, yet small and fragile rainforest. We invite you to get to know some of the natural beauties your support is directly touching. Our next Project Report will be an update on the work your donations are generously supporting. Please see the link below and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me, Paul Medici, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your support is greatly needed and we encourage you to donate to the project again, if it is within your means. The Madhima Gulgan Bush Regeneration Team is seeking growth in numbers and this can only be accomplished through work projects. Your donations help create the projects that need to be done--planting trees, essential weeding and other forest regeneration work, creating wildlife corridors and nursery work.
Wilson's Creek, Big Scrub
Parts of the Big Scrub Rainforest