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Latest News
  1. With trapping called off only two remained Arid Recovery 20-Feb-2015
  2. Buffel Grass now a declared pest in South Australia Arid Recovery 31-Jan-2015
  3. Boom time in the desert Arid Recovery 23-Jan-2015
  4. Having a Merry Sustainable Christmas Arid Recovery 05-Dec-2014
  5. King of the dunes Arid Recovery 25-Nov-2014

 

Greater Stick Nest Rat

Stick Nest Rats (or Stickies) live in colonies in above ground nests made of sticks which they gather and weave into a protective home.

They are a highly threatened species native to the arid zone. Stickies in the AR Reserve receive individually numbered eartags when captured to help monitor their activity. 

Your adoption of a sticky will contribute to the work being done to restore this vital little digger to the arid zone.  
 
For a new Sticky adoption fill out the form below and choose the 'Stick Nest Rat' as the species that you would like to adopt:


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BURROWING BETTONG - $25.00
STICK NEST RAT (SNR) - $30.00
GREATER BILBY - $50.00
WESTERN BARRED BANDICOOT (WBB) - $60.00