The Great Koala Count is an exciting large-scale Citizen Science survey being run in partnership with the Great Eastern Ranges Initiative. The aim of the Count is to create a comprehensive picture of Koala numbers and locations across the landscape. With sufficient support, it is hoped the Count will be replicated each year to show trends in Koala populations, movement and habitat use over time. By participating in the Great Koala Count, you will help build a more detailed picture of Koalas and their habitat use, providing a valuable resource for planning future Koala conservation projects and helping to make a difference to this unique Australian animal.
Conservation Volunteers will be taking part in the count for anyone who might like to come along, help spot some Koalas, and make a contribution to their conservation.
We will be running a guided walk in known Koala habitat on Sunday the 17th of November in bushland near Campbelltown, to hopefully spot and log a few of these furry friends!
For more info, or to book a place on our free bus service from Wollongong for the walk, please call Jess 42289246 firstname.lastname@example.org