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Australia's Gondwana Link

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You can Adopt an Acre® as a gift. Your friend or loved one will adore this one-of-a-kind nature gift benefiting Australia and enjoy it throughout the year. View all the benefits your gift recipient will receive.


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Home To Unique Wildlife and Plant Species

Southwestern Australia brims with a dizzying array of plants and wildlife. From ancient rainforests along the coast to the edge of the legendary Australian Outback, this large, biologically diverse corner of Australia is home to 10,000 distinct plant and animal species, including kangaroos, emus, dingoes, wallabies and tiny honey possums. Over half of the plant species and 20 percent of the animal species are found nowhere else on Earth.

The exceptional plant diversity of the Great Western Woodlands' Gondwana Link is one of the primary reasons for the region's conservation significance.

Lost Landscapes

A multitude of pressures increasingly threaten the region's rich plant and animal life — 2,500 plant species are on the verge of extinction. Invasive species and climate change are driving a second wave of habitat destruction. Land fragmentation from development, mining and other human activities is increasingly disrupting the vital ecological systems and delicate processes that sustain the region's unique plant and wildlife.

With your $50 donation per acre to the Adopt an Acre® program, you will receive:

  • Certificate with signature photo of Gondwana Link commemorating your generosity
  • Colorful fact sheet about Gondwana Link
  • Six issues of our award-winning Nature Conservancy magazine to keep you informed all year about the many places the Conservancy is working to protect.
  • Great Places E-Newsletter subscription filled with local and global conservation updates, enviro-tips you can use and stunning nature photography.

Best of all, you'll get the satisfaction of knowing you're helping to protect this extraordinary wild habitat now and for future generations. Please Adopt an Acre today!

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