Save the Bilby Fund supports the three main aims of the National Recovery Plan for bilbies: to support research into the biology and ecology of the species to identify the reasons for population and distribution decline to direct management efforts towards addressing threatening processes to re-establish populations, based on the biological knowledge gained through the research.
Save The Bilby Fund will actively support programs of education, research and direct action to secure the long term conservation of bilbies, and of other endangered/threatened Australian animal species.
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Save The Bilby Fund has been indicated by AFC members as a potential recipient of donations by participating artists. AFC's Art for ConservationTM program, provides a forum to promote artwork that benefits recognized conservation organizations such as Save The Bilby Fund.
AFC members have voluntarily and independently earmarked a portion of the proceeds from the sale of their artwork to Save The Bilby Fund. AFC's Art for ConservationTM program provides a forum to help promote artwork for sale that includes such a commitment. Each artists's commitment is contingent on the sale of their work and the above estimate is a potential total based on the completion of sale of any original work and/or limited editions. The AFC is not involved in any way with artwork sales transactions, nor does it make any guarantees relating to artist commitments. The AFC takes no commission whatsoever from the sale of artwork under the Art for ConservationTM program, unless explicitly indicated.
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