We need your Help!
Australia's national koala mapping project, KoalaTracker, is crowdsourcing the location, points of impact and causes of death and injury for the public record - bringing science, policymakers and community together to take effective action to save the koala.
KoalaTracker is one of Australia's first and longest running citizen science projects, crowdsourcing koala location intelligence and providing comprehensive national data, free for everyone to use - researchers, government agencies, corporations, communities. Members map koala sightings in the wild, points of impact, causes of deaths and injuries, enabling more informed public policy, effective risk mitigation and koala conservation.
Ever felt there was nothing you could do? Well, now there is. JOIN and SUPPORT this important national koala mapping initiative. PLEASE SHOW YOUR SUPPORT HERE.