How your support can help save the Union Island Gecko
Every single one of these tiny animals is found within a tiny area, of a tiny forest, on a tiny island.
And while that presents a huge challenge to their conservation (if we lose this area, we lose the species), it also means we can approach things in a different way to usual.
Because, with the right resources, it’s feasible that we can simply monitor and protect their entire global habitat.
Your support will be crucial to this. We need your help to put warden patrols into the forest to deter gecko poachers, and install cameras throughout its habitat in order to monitor these animals and any suspicious activity within their home range.
For an organisation like Fauna & Flora – which has experience protecting animals across vast areas – this is something we have no doubts we can do, provided that we can raise the funds.
So please donate and help save these wonderful creatures.