“Should we save our Koalas”
Please take this 5-10 minute community survey.
Koalas were massively impacted by fire in the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. Help Science for Wildlife understand the issues that are important to you, in regard to conserving koalas and their habitats.
With the protected area network so badly impacted, the unburnt habitat that remains in and around residential and rural areas is more important than ever to our surviving wildlife, including koalas.
However, conserving koalas in developed areas is complex. There are always competing interests when humans and wildlife occupy the same land. The first important step in protecting koalas in these developed areas is understanding any barriers to effective conservation, and working with communities to find solutions that respect the different values that people hold. That’s where your participation is critical for conservation, everyone can help by taking this brief post-fire koala community survey and sharing it with your friends.
Your time and honesty are greatly appreciated.
We are asking as many people as possible to take this survey, so please share and forward to your friends and networks.
Yours Sincerely, The Science for Wildlife Team www.scienceforwildlife.org