LIVING with KOALAS

REGENERATION & CONSERVATION OF THE WILD KOALA POPULATION ON THE MID-NORTH COAST OF NSW, AUSTRALIA.

The iconic and adorable koala is now listed as VULNERABLE on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Some experts put the number of koalas in the wild as low as 43,000 in the whole of Australia. Less than a hundred years ago millions of koalas were destroyed every year for their fur. Today the plight of koalas is dire, with predictions they could be extinct in the wild within a few generations.
The LIVING with KOALAS education, regeneration & conservation programme includes positive, practical  measures dealing with the main threats to koalas in the wild on the mid-north coast of NSW:

HABITAT LOSS | DOG ATTACKS | TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS | POOL DROWNING | DISEASE
Programme initiatives will cover AWARENESS & EDUCATION campaigns, talks & school visits | koala SPOTTING & TRACKING | 24 hour koala RESCUE telephone numbers.

Fund-raising events & sponsorships will also raise money for FOOD TREE planting, dog TRAINING,  medical RESEARCH & LOBBYING.
For koalas in the wild the difference between 
human ACTION and INACTION is EXTINCTION.