Yulefest Fun!

The Blue Mountains is famous for Yulefest or Winter in July and although July is over, lockdown isn't! Entertain the kids, or the adults, and buy a Gingerbread House and support our efforts to secure a future for koalas.

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Camera Trap Project

Help us identify native Australian animals in our camera trap project! We want to know what species survived the bushfires and if they used the food and water sources that we provided.

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Our Mission

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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How You Can Help

No matter what you have to offer, there are ways you can help to conserve our wildlife. Make a donation, become a Friend of Science for Wildlife, volunteer to help out on projects. , Contact us about corporate sponsorship.

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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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