Save the Gouldian Finches, Numbats, Platypus' and Wallabies
With Australian Wildlife Conservancy
Gouldian finches, platypuses, wallabies, and numbats are all important and unique Australian species that are at risk due to various factors.
The Gouldian finch, also known as the rainbow finch, has experienced a population decline of around 80% in the past few decades, and is listed as endangered. Habitat destruction, disease, and predation by introduced species are among the main threats to their survival.
The platypus, an egg-laying mammal, is also at risk due to habitat loss, pollution, and the effects of climate change. Populations have declined by up to 30% in some areas, and the species is now considered near threatened.
Wallabies and numbats are also under threat in Australia. The black-flanked rock-wallaby, for example, has seen a significant population decline due to habitat loss, predation by introduced species, and hunting.
The numbat, a small marsupial, is listed as endangered due to habitat loss, introduced predators, and disease.
Conservation efforts are crucial to protect these unique and important species and their habitats. Supporting organisations that work to conserve and protect these species can help to ensure their survival for future generations.
Numbat populations have decreased by over 80% in the past century, and now only a few thousand individuals remain in the wild.
The Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC) is a non-profit organisation that works to protect and conserve Australia's threatened wildlife and ecosystems through on-ground conservation actions, scientific research, and education. AWC owns and manages over 4.5 million hectares of land across Australia, making it the largest private owner of land for conservation in the country.
The organisation's work is crucial as Australia has one of the highest rates of species extinction in the world, with over 1,800 plant and animal species currently listed as threatened or endangered. The AWC focuses on conserving some of Australia's most endangered species, including the numbat, gouldian finch, and western quoll, among others, by using a science-based approach to manage threats such as feral predators and habitat destruction. The organisation also aims to restore and maintain the health of ecosystems, recognizing that the conservation of Australia's wildlife is linked to the health of its landscapes.
We funded effective conservation for affected wildlife and wild places in Australia by removing pressures, measuring and reporting on outcomes, and expanding the conservation landscape with the Australian Wildlife Conservancy
We donate 10% of profits from your
gouldian finch, numbat, platypus and wallaby socks to
Australian Wildlife Conservancy
Restoring the biodiversity of our planet and its varied species is at the core of Bare Kind’s mission. By donating 10% of gross profits to charities that support the animals on our socks, we can continue fighting the fight against species extinction.
Bare Kind has been able to achieve an all-time high of donations in recent years. The business expanded its sock range to 40+ pairs and supports 25+ charities.
Our Charity Impact Reports highlight the projects we have been able to fund with our charity partners and the incredible animals we support.
Our hope is that something as humble as a pair of socks can make a lasting impression on our world and change it for the better. A huge thank you goes out to all our customers who have wanted to make a difference and empower the restoration of our planet with their socks.