Worldwide over 400 species are becoming extinct EVERY DAY, many of them from rainforests. Those surviving animal & plant species are under threat and need our help to survive into the future!
Conserving biodiversity means protecting and preserving rainforest landscapes, species populations, genes, and interactions.
Rainforests support an incredible range of plants and animals. Species interactions contribute significantly to the health of the rainforest ecosystem and its resilience. Therefore, protecting species and their habitats preserves biodiversity.
Disturbance and destruction of the rainforest environment caused by development, clearing, and introduced species places stress on rainforest ecosystems and undermines their delicate balance. The result is that an increasing number of rainforest communities, plants, and animal species are being listed as threatened, endangered, or critically endangered.
By focussing on biodiversity protection, Rainforest Rescue contributes directly to improved conservation outcomes. Rainforests are the most complex terrestrial ecosystems on the planet. This complexity reflects the myriad life forms and multiple layers and habitats that create the structure of the forest. Within the global rainforests there are recognised biodiversity ‘hot spots’ which Rainforest Rescue makes a priority focus.
Rainforest Rescue protects and conserves rainforest biodiversity by purchasing high conservation value rainforest properties and establishing conservation covenants. We also rehabilitate and restore disturbed rainforest areas, and initiate awareness campaigns targeted at critically important species, such as the Southern Cassowary.
When you give generously, you become part of a committed team of individuals who collectively are helping to preserve some of the most biodiverse habitats and the species that live within them on this planet. Become a Rainforest Guardian today!
Stay in the loop
Sign up and we’ll keep you posted with the latest news on Rainforest Rescue’s work preserving a vast biodiversity of plants and wildlife in our rainforests.