Imagine this at full speed 55km/h….that would send up a serious dust cloud. A huge presence of power and strength yet, a grass eater more like a cow than a beast, the quintessential contradiction and the classic gentle Giant. Large-scale poaching saw black rhino populations decline from around 70,000 individuals in 1970 to just 2,410 in 1995 – that’s a dramatic decline of 96% over 20 years. Thanks to the persistent efforts of conservation programmes across Africa, black rhino numbers have risen since then to a current population of between 5,366 and 5,627 individuals. Importantly, their geographic range has also increased, with successful reintroduction programmes repopulating areas that had previously seen native black rhinos. Comes with MOUNT BOARD 35.5cm x 28cm     Save the Rhino

All proceeds go to the Wildlife emergency fund WIRES helping save our wildlife from the fires

 

Some have claimed the cassowary to look like a ‘giant prehistoric turkey’, but they are in fact descendants of dinosaurs.

Looking somewhat like a combination of a turkey and an ostrich, their body features different colours and textures (from feathers to skin) like that of a dinosaur, from their large, black-feathered body to the bluish skin on their head and reddish skin on their neck to blue-grey coloured legs.

Their descending from dinosaurs supports the classification of the cassowary as the ‘most dangerous bird on Earth’. Comes with MOUNT BOARD 38cm x 30.5cm

Cassowary info

Eco Fuel

Special moments from simpler life, with flashbacks to dragster bikes and days spent playing outside.

Teddy strapped in and on a mission with your best friend a big Wolfhound, no fear of consequence, just innocent pleasures.

Comes with MOUNT BOARD approx 45cm x 20cm

Numbat Family

All proceeds go to animal welfare fire fund

Drawing of a fox comes with cardboard mount.
20cm x 25cm

Baby Tasmanian Devil.

All proceeds go to the Wildlife emergency fund WIRES helping save our wildlife from the fires

A small bundle of innocence, not a puppy, not a cat, but in need of as much love and care.

There are only 10% of Tasmanian devils left in the wild, 90% have vanished due to the deadly Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD).

There is no cure. There is no vaccination.

A population of healthy, genetically diverse devils are being bred to be released in the wild in disease-free areas, more cancer-free devils helps their survival. FAME is a founding partner of Devil Ark in NSW’s Hunter Valley, where the largest mainland insurance population of endangered Tasmanian Devils has been established.

Comes WITH FRAME 17cm x 22cm

Romancing horses artwork Comes with mountboard.
35cm x 28cm

A cry for help

All proceeds go to the Wildlife emergency fund WIRES helping save our wildlife from the fires

The eerie call of the Tasmanian devil is a sound you will never forget! However, the famous gape or yawn of the Tasmanian devil that looks so threatening can be misleading. This display is performed more from fear and uncertainty than from aggression. Although they do have an impressive and frighting screech!

Aboriginal people also had several names for them, one of which is “purinina”. Traditionally their numbers were controlled by food availability, competition with other devils and quolls, loss of habitat, persecution and vehicle strike. But the greatest recent threat to devils across Tasmania is the Devil Facial Tumour Disease

Comes with MOUNT BOARD 36cm x 28cm

Parks and Wildlife Service

Barking Owl – bird

Dry winds, scarce pickings and the smell of smoke in the air. At the forefront of harshening conditions, the stress and strains show in our wildlife first.

But even in their most unravelled state, there is a beauty and presence to transfix any viewer, such is the power of the wild in life.

Comes with MOUNT BOARD 30.5cm x 38cm