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Buy a gift from the Friends of the Helmeted Honeyeater’s merchandise range and buy a gift to save a species. 100% of proceeds go to our on-ground projects. It’s a win win!
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In a newly published book by the Friends called “A Reserve for a Bird”, the earlier years of the campaign to save the Helmeted Honeyeater are captured via newsletter snippets that chronicle some of the work of the Helmeted Honeyeater Survey, later known as Survey Cassidix. This survey ran from 1952 to 1962 and was succeeded by further survey work by the Victorian Ornithological Research Group between 1962 and 1967. Ultimately this led to departmental and government action, captured in the book through a series of letters and media releases.
Great buys for any time of the year
- Canvas hat, bone or green with screen printed Helmeted Honeyeater. 20cm brim.
- Polar fleece vest – Blue with embroidered Helmeted Honeyeater
Gifts that don’t cost the earth?
- ‘Yellingbo: a special place’ – a coffee table style book published by the Friends. It profiles the fauna, flora and history of this very special part of the world. Jason Edwards is the principal photographer. Foreword by John Landy.
- ‘Lunar the Leadbeater’s Possum’, a hardcover book written and beautifully illustrated by Mieke Florisson, Grade 6 student of Macclesfield Primary School. Proudly published by Friends of the Helmeted Honeyeater.
Mieke’s story tells the tale of a Leadbeater’s Possum named Lunar who has to move out of home and find his own way in the world. Along the way Lunar comes across many challenges. Will Lunar be able to find a home?
Mieke receives a commission for each book sold.
Did you know?
At Yellingbo the Leadbeater’s Possum is found in the same habitat as the Helmeted Honeyeater. Yellingbo Nature Conservation Reserve is the only place in the world where three of Victoria’s state emblems co-exist. What’s the third one? Find out here.
- Blank cards with envelopes for all occasions. Various Helmeted Honeyeater photographs
- Ceramic mug – with Helmeted Honeyeater and 150th celebratory emblem design (pick up from Yellingbo only)