Welcome to our post-grad researchers..

welcome to our post-grad students
Welcome to our 2015 post-graduate research students (from left); Alice McGlashan, Scott Bevins, Raquel Chun and Stephanie Glasby. This talented crew are helping to answer some important conservation questions...

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Up, up in the sky, it’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s..

a high altitude koala! And we thought Drop Bears were elusive. We spent much of last year stalking the even rarer Blue Mountains koala…

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Proud to be part of the IUCN World Parks Congress in Sydney!

Delegates from eleven countries learnt about our work in the Blue Mountains.
Six thousand delegates from 170 countries converged on Sydney last week as part of the IUCN World Parks Congress, a once in a decade event. Science for Wildlife was proud to be part of it, and helped to kick things off ...

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Exciting news from our Blue Mountains Koala Project!

We have found a hot-spot of Blue Mountains Koalas during fieldwork last week! We need your help to get larger scale surveys underway...

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Join The Great Koala Count!

It’s on again, get outdoors with the rest of Australia and join in the annual Great Koala Count between the 7th and 17th November! You can download the smart phone Biotag app here, or report your sighting online. Results will be shared with everyone who participates.

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Welcome to our Global Partners

We are delighted to welcome San Diego Zoo Global as Project Partners for our Blue Mountains Koala Project. With their generous support of radio-tracking collars and project funding, we can now initiate ecological studies to find out where koalas are living and what habitats they need to survive...

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Badger to sniff out koalas and help them survive bushfires

Badger the quoll dog is in the news, soon to be looking for "eau de koala"... You can read all about it in an article posted in the Daily Telegraph.

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Help from Communities is Proving Invaluable

Thanks to everyone who reported a koala sighting to us. The reports are flowing in, showing without a doubt that there are still koalas living in the Blue Mountains and around the World Heritage Area. And we have a new Masters research student helping us out to find more...

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2013 Great Koala Count results are out.

Thanks for participating! The results from the Great Koala Count last year are up on the NSW National Parks Association website.

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