Breeding Threatened Species

The team at Animals Anonymous are proud to be part of a nation-wide network of private and professional keepers who aim to maintain a genetically diverse breeding pool of some of Australia’s most threatened species.

Some of the vulnerable and unique species we are currently working with include tiger quolls, bettongs, potoroos, quokkas, dunnarts, bandicoots, pygmy possums and gliders.

Protecting Ecosystems at AAHQ

In 2016 Animals Anonymous purchased a three-acre block of remnant Stringybark forest we lovingly refer to as Animals Anonymous headquarters (AAHQ). AAHQ is a precious breeding-ground for around 150 species of indigenous plants, fungi, lichens, liverworts, invertebrates, birds, frogs, reptiles and mammals. Many rare and endangered species naturally occur at AAHQ so its protection is a priority for us. Contact us to find out about our volunteer days.

We thank all the people who have ever booked a presentation with Animals Anonymous over the years. You have helped us purchase this special biodiversity hotspot in the Adelaide Hills which our animals now call their home. We endeavour to protect and conserve this small piece of paradise and maintain it for all the local flora and fauna.