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Join our efforts to map and conserve koalas in the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. The impact of bushfires on the koalas is not known; we don’t know how many koalas still live in the region or what habitats they use. We are using a range of techniques to find out, from genetics and sniffer dogs to citizen science…

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Want to know more about drop bears? We have lot of brand new information on some of our wildlife species to share with you - come along to a community koala spotting workshop, or a film screening on two of our native predators (not drop bears though, we're only kidding)…


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We create and share knowledge to empower wildlife conservation. Our aim is to bridge the implementation gap between research and conservation, so that the best possible wildlife science and technology is applied on the ground, where it counts.

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Koala Spotting

We need your help. If you have recently seen a koala in the area of western Sydney, through the Blue Mountains and out to Bathurst and Mudgee please let us know! Register here to learn where to go koala spotting, and how, or to report a sighting to us (or use our online mapper)

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