Our friends Wildlife of the Central Highlands (WOTCH) do incredible citizen science work surveying for endangered wildlife in forests earmarked for logging.
With the recent discovery of a Spot-tailed Quoll on Mt. Baw Baw, WOTCH need to buy two more fauna cameras so they can survey there forests to see if Quolls are present.
For every record of a Spot-tailed Quoll the government must set aside 500 hectares of habitat.
If WOTCH can find other Quolls in the area, the forests can be protected from logging.
Can you chip in $5 or $10 to help WOTCH buy a new Reconyx brand fauna camera?
We'll send you the first images that come from these cameras so you can see where your donation is going.