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National Threatened Species Day stickers

Environment Australia, September 7, 2000

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Be in the race to save our threatened species – National Threatened Species day 2000

Sticker 1: Orange Bellied Parrot

Water colour drawing of Orange Bellied Parrot

Illustration: Hannah Sanders

The orange bellied parrot is on of Australia's most critically endangered species with a total population of less than 200 mature birds

Hanna Sanders says "My favourite threatened species is the Orange Bellied Parrot because it's nice and colourful"

Sticker 2: Green and Golden Bell Frog

Pastel drawing of the Green and  Golden Bell Frog

Illustration: Lauren Kajewski

The Green and Golden Bell Frog is only found in two Australian states, with one of the largest remaining populations located at the site of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games

Lauren Kajewski says "My favourite threatened species is the Green and Gold Bell Frog … they are excellent garden pest controllers"