Guardians of the Greater Gliders

Greater gliders are three species of large gliding marsupials in the genus Petauroides, all found in eastern Australia: Central greater glider (Petauroides armillatus), Northern greater glider (Petauroides minor), and Southern greater glider (Petauroides volans).  Unfortunately, these species are listed as Endangered and threatened with extinction due to the logging of hollow-bearing trees and the loss and fragmentation of their natural habitats.
Greater Gliders are the Society's 2024 Wildlife of the Year.  This year, we aim to raise their profile, encourage successful conservation outcomes, and provide additional support to ensure their survival in the future.  We have established Guardians of the Greater Gliders - a fundraising campaign that aims to raise as many funds as possible between now and the end of the financial year (30 June 2024).

One hundred percent of funds raised (minus PayPal's fees) will go to Wildlife Queensland's new Greater Glider Project.  If you wish to donate directly, please call us on 0424 287 297.  Donations of $2 or more are tax-deductible.

Please reference your donation to ensure it is allocated correctly.

Reference: Guardian of Gliders

We are endorsed as a deductible gift recipient under Subdivision 30-BA and registered with the Australian Taxation Office.

Greater Glider Banner: Images 1, 3, and 5 Credit: Dr Hayley Stannard, Image 2 Credit: Lincoln Flynn, and Image 4 Credit: Josh Bowell.