Project Numbat is pleased to announce our first ever art exhibition! Opening night is January 8th and there are lots of fun things happening such as a raffle and appearances by Narla (our giant furry numbat friend). If you can't make opening night, never fear; the exhibition runs for a month, All art works are for sale and proceeds go to helping project numbat continue their good work for the numbats!
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Wild or captive born Numbats are fitted with radio collars each year by the Department of Parks and Wildlife to track their movements, gain important information on their dispersal in their habitat and their survival.
In November and December 2014, DEC will be fitting a number of Numbats with radio-collars. The Numbats will either by wild caught or bred at Perth Zoo for release.
We are giving you the opportunity to be a part of this important work by contributing to the cost of the radio-collars. Each collar costs $250 and for your contribution you will receive a certificate with:
• a photo of the collared Numbat
• its name
• date of birth (if known)
Project Numbat is running an art exhibition at Little Creatures Brewery in Fremantle for 4 weeks at the start of 2015 in order to raise funds and awareness for the numbat. We are looking for donations of Numbat artwork from Australian artists. We are excited to be able to have Numbats all over the wall at such a popular brewery! If you would like to have a piece of your artwork displayed at Little Creatures and help Numbats at the same time, please drop us a line and we can provide more information.
In order to promote threatened species, Project Numbat Inc. is holding an event in Fremantle on National Threatened Species Day, along with Kaarakin: The Black Cockatoo Conservation Centre, Turtle Oblonga Rescue and Rehabilitation Network (TORRN), Friends of the Western Ground Parrot and Friends of the Western Swamp Tortoise Inc.
So head into Freo on Sunday 7th September 2014 between 10am-4pm, and chat to the volunteers that are working hard to help conserve some of the important endangered species of WA.
Bring the kids along and help them learn about these precious species. There will be load of information, stickers, colour in sheets plus they can meet Nurla the Project Numbat mascot and cockatoos Chasey, Rex or Harmony from the Black Cockatoo Centre!
National Threatened Species Day is held annually in Australia on September 7th. This date was chosen to commemorate the death of the last Tasmanian Tiger.
Frankland Estate are pleased to support Project Numbat in saving our Western Australian mammal emblem, the Numbat, from extinction. For 12 or more bottles of wine purchased on this order form will be delivered freight-free to all Australian regions, and 15% of all sales will be paid to Project Numbat to further its conservation efforts. The 2014 order form is available by clicking here
Project Numbat is very lucky to have lots of amazingly creative people keen to be involved in helping the numbats. MaryMary Handmade is a beautiful range of jewellery and is proud to introduce its newest character. Mary is donating 20% of each necklace sold directly to project numbat. They are currently available from her etsy shop and coming soon to our shop.
Check out this really cool video about how Perth Zoo feed their numbat collection.
Its so exciting! We decided to start 2014 with a new look, welcome to the new home of project numbat. Although we look different we are still doing the same great things to help numbats. Get involved and join us. Keep checking in, there are lots of new and exciting things coming up for project numbat, including new items in the shop, fun kids activities, and events.
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