Save Our Raptors

Tasmanian Raptor Refuge
Summary
<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Save Our Raptors - Tasmanian Raptor Refuge | Patricia Martin
Purpose/Mission: 
I pledge financial support to the rescue and rehabilitation of Tasmania's wild raptors
Start/End Date: 
Friday, 16 September, 2022 to Thursday, 16 September, 2032

The Raptor Refuge Inc. (https://www.raptorrefuge.com.au/)  is a not-for-profit organisation that reflects our dedication to caring and protecting Tasmania’s natural wildlife.

Objective(s): 

I will donate part of the funds from sales of all raptor-related artworks, to assist the work of the  Raptor Refuge (https://www.raptorrefuge.com.au), in Tasmania.

Birds of Prey Found in Tasmania include:

  • Tasmanian Wedge-Tailed Eagle. ...
  • Tasmanian Masked Owl. ...
  • Southern Boobook. ...
  • Peregrine Falcon. ...
  • Grey Goshawk. ...
  • White-bellied Sea Eagle. ...
  • Collared Sparrowhawk. ...
  • Brown Goshawk.
Background: 

There are about 120 Wedge-tailed Eagle breeding pairs left in Tasmania, less than 110 pairs of Grey Goshawks and less than 200 pairs of White-bellied Sea Eagles. They are fighting against habitat destruction caused by coastal home development, boat accidents and collisions with power lines. Goshawks are also often shot to protect poultry.

Related Conservation Artwork

Edit Artwork | Wallhanging by Patricia Martin | Artists for Conservation
15% to Tasmanian Land Conservancy,
Edit Artwork | Wallhanging by Patricia Martin | Artists for Conservation
15% to Tasmanian Land Conservancy,
Edit Artwork | Wallhanging by Patricia Martin | Artists for Conservation
5% to Tasmanian Land Conservancy,
Edit Artwork | Wallhanging by Patricia Martin | Artists for Conservation
20% to Australian Wildlife Conservancy
Edit Artwork | Wallhanging by Patricia Martin | Artists for Conservation
20% to WWF(Australia)