Fire Wise Project

Fire Wise sparks change by planting native species strategically, reducing bushfire risks and fostering local biodiversity. With a mission to engage communities in best-practice bushfire mitigation, it ensures a safer and ecologically vibrant future. Rooted in Victoria, South Australia, and New South Wales, Fire Wise acts as a catalyst for local action, promoting biodiversity and resilience.
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Cultivating Koala Habitat

The Wollondilly Community Nursery has been an example of environmental hope for over two decades, drawing volunteers and residents into its mission to create a thriving habitat for koalas in the region. Amidst the backdrop of climate change and habitat loss, this nursery is making a positive impact on the local ecosystem.
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Curb Wombat Mange Program

Discover how the NSW Curb Wombat Mange Program is safeguarding Australia's Bare-Nosed Wombats from a deadly threat – Sarcoptic mange. Learn about the vital role these wombats play in their ecosystem and the solutions that are making a real difference in their survival.
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Lion Island Little Penguin

There is a lack of current data on the breeding success and health of the Little Penguin population at Lion Island more generally. This information is of importance as the population is a satellite population of the Manly Endangered Little Penguin Population, and health and breeding status can indicate wider population trends in Little Penguins in the Sydney area.
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Impact of Bushfires on Koalas

Study to determine the impact of bushfire and clearing on koalas. Initial focus of the project was to map movement patterns and home ranges of Port Stephens koala populations as they recolonised after bushfires, followed by the study of the koalas use of burnt and unburnt bush, the selection of vegetation types and their ability to recolonise after bushfires.
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The Great Koala Count

The Great Koala Count was a citizen science initiative that took place across six local government areas (LGAs) in New South Wales. The aim of the project was to gather information about koalas, including their distribution, abundance, and the threats they face. The results of the study provided valuable insights into the state of koalas in these areas.
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