An Australian spin on Easter is the Bilby instead of bunnies.
“The 'bilbies not bunnies' campaign makes people stop and think about the threats to our native fauna, not just the bilby,” says Kev Bradley, CEO of Save the Bilby Fund.
The bilby is a medium-sized marsupial that is best known for its rabbit-like ears. It has long, silky blue-grey fur and a long tail that is black with a white tip. The bilby is light and delicate in build but with strongly clawed toes for digging burrows.
Give bilbies, not bunnies at Easter, and help raise awareness of not just our bilby but all Australian wild mates who really need our help.