Message from Birdlife Australia. TODAY IS THE DAY

By Clive Stubbington

Dear Clive,

Today is no ordinary Friday – it is also a wonderful day to protect our precious native birds!  

An extremely generous supporter is MATCHING donations up to a total of $200,000! 

Please DOUBLE your gift now to keep our nature alive with Australian birds: 
DOUBLE your donation NOW!
There has never been a more important time to invest in our native birds. Together, we can act before it’s too late.

Your donation today will help protect and restore habitat for birds like the Critically Endangered Carnaby’s Black-Cockatoo.

You will help to manage fire for birds like our Endangered Murray Mallee Striated Grasswren.

You will help our scientists gather more evidence on what these birds really need to adapt to the growing impacts of climate change. 

You will help us urgentlyscale up our campaign work to keep nature on our government’s agenda.

Please give as generously as you can and have your tax-deductible donation doubled now:
DOUBLE your donation NOW!
I know you care deeply about our birds through your involvement with our work. Thank you for everything you do for nature. 

Yours for Nature, 
Kate MillarChief Executive Officer
BirdLife Australia
P.S. Our science-based strategies are working. But with one in six birds being threatened with extinction, more needs to be done urgently. Please have your bird-saving donation doubled today.
Image Credit: Murray Mallee Striated Grasswren by Darcy Whittaker
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