PRAY

Churches for Conservation presents:

P.R.A.Y.

A campaign for Christian action to protect endangered species in Western Australia!

Save endangered Black Cockatoos, Numbats and Bilbies by ‘praying’ for them, involving actions in each of the following categories:

Plant

Respond

Advocate

Yell

Upon completion be recognised for your efforts and presented with an “I PRAY” badge!

Use the following checklist to help you earn your I P.R.A.Y. for Black Cockatoos badge.

I P.R.A.Y. for Black Cockatoos Checklist:

Action Completed    (Please circle)
Plant  
I have planted a   food or habitat tree for Black Cockatoos in my backyard 

or

I have donated   money to a charity for a tree to be planted.

 

YES/NO

Respond  
I have committed   to driving slower when Black Cockatoos are around  

YES/NO

I will not buy   native timber products unless they were logged sustainably or the timber is   reused  

YES/NO

Advocate  
I have written to   my local politicians or signed a petition to advocate for the protection of   remaining Black Cockatoo habitats, prevention of logging in these areas,   creation of better laws to protect cockatoos and their habitat and food trees   and for the revision of Western Australia’s forest burning policies to better   protect wildlife.  

YES/NO

Yell  
I have spoken to   my friends, family, church and community groups  about the plight of our Black Cockatoos  

YES/NO

When you have answered yes to each section above please email fiveleafecoawards (at) gmail.com to order your badge.

 

A project of the Five Leaf Eco-Awards. Funded by the World Council of Churches and Lutheran World Federation Youth for Eco-Justice Program.

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