2 results for month: 05/2021


From Burgundy To The Blue Mountains – Meet Our Volunteer Sophie!

Having spent the past 9 years in Australia, our wonderful French-born volunteer Sophie was keen to learn more about Australian wildlife and explore some of the beautiful surrounding bushland. Coming from the region of Burgundy in central eastern France, Sophie moved to Australia in 2012, eager to call our beautiful country home. Sophie has been a volunteer with the Science for Wildlife team for the past 2 years. Her journey began back in 2019 when she joined a bushwalking club in Sydney which was in line with her love for the outdoors, and interest in exploring more of the Australian bushland. The club had advertised some koala spotting days ...

Extending The Impact Of Our Koala Post-Rehabilitation Project

We are pleased to announce the extension of our Post-Rehabilitation Project, which is providing important information on the success of koalas after rehabilitation and release from care. The project is supported by funding under the NSW Koala Strategy, with additional support from IFAW. The monitoring Project began in late 2019 after identifying a critical knowledge gap around koala rehabilitation and koala survival in the wild...