To slow down and mitigate the impact of canetoads on the native bioidiversity of the Kimberley and WA. the biodiversity of WA. To sponsor cane toad research looking for a biological solution. To educate the broader community on cane toads and their potential and known threats on our native biodiversity andto undertake recording and monitoring of Native bioidiversity.
Administration of field work and overall management of volunteers. To fund equipment and expenses for volunteers involved in toad busting. To sponsor scientific research. To fund education in Aboriginal Communities, schools and other community groups. To fund biodiversity recording and monitoring.
Administration; Volunteer Toad busting expenses such as fuel, food and general safety equipment; Building of traps and other toadbusting control equipment; Researcher expenses pertaining to finding a cane toad solution and understanding of cane toad behaviour; cane toad education; Aboriginal leadersip training and education.
Are donations tax deductible? Yes
Will I receive a receipt for my donation?
Yes, immediately sent to you by email when approved.