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Your donation will be going to the fundraiser by Project Numbat to raise money for 25 radio-collars ($250 each) for the conservation study of numbats. Numbats are an endangered species of small marsupials native to Western Australia. The population in the wild is estimated to be less than 1,000. Don't let these cute creatures disappear from our planet!

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Project Numbat

The Numbat Myrmecobius fasciatus, also called the banded anteater, is a small endangered marsupial animal native to parts of Australia, They have a long sticky tongue that allows them pick up termites, which they eat exclusively. The Numbat is under threat from habitat loss and introduced predators like foxes and feral cats. With an estimated population of fewer than 1000 individuals, we need your help to protect the future of this unique marsupial.

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Mitzi Sato-Wiuff

Grand Junction, CO, UNITED STATES



Sat, 15 Aug 2015

Donna Mundinger

$10

Yea! You made it! xxx

Wed, 12 Aug 2015

Kevin McDonald

$5
Tue, 11 Aug 2015

Marie-Anne Jagerman

$10
Tue, 11 Aug 2015

Hugs4theHeartDesigns

$150
Thu, 30 Jul 2015

AW Etsy Customers

$8

From Barbara Jo Bird, Suzanne Saupe, Monica Rathbun, & Holly Stahly

Thu, 23 Jul 2015

Karola Geiger

$25
Sun, 19 Jul 2015

Tamara Wilkes-Jones

$50

Great idea and please keep the funds coming to support our charismatic numbat!

Wed, 15 Jul 2015

Joanne Graham

$8
Tue, 14 Jul 2015

Debra Shaw

$8
Mon, 13 Jul 2015

Jenny Heidewald

$10

Afke van Herpt purchased two limited edition hand colored ACEO prints from my Numbatovember pile! Thank you so much for your support Afke! :)

SINCE Jul 2015

39 

Donations

$500 raised

TARGET $500

Please support this cause

$
AUD

I'm raising funds for

charity-logo

Project Numbat

The Numbat Myrmecobius fasciatus, also called the banded anteater, is a small endangered marsupial animal native to parts of Australia, They have a long sticky tongue that allows them pick up termites, which they eat exclusively. The Numbat is under threat from habitat loss and introduced predators like foxes and feral cats. With an estimated population of fewer than 1000 individuals, we need your help to protect the future of this unique marsupial.

About Fundraiser

Mitzi Sato-Wiuff

Grand Junction, CO, UNITED STATES

SINCE Jul 2015

39 

Donations