We have some fascinating results to share now that we are three years into the Project. We’ve come a long way from the popular idea that there are no koalas in the mountains, so far in fact that our research is indicating this region supports one of the most significant koala populations in Australia. Come and hear all about the importance of the World Heritage Area for koala conservation, and how that relates to the eucalyptus diversity that the area is famous for. There are lots of ways you can participate in the Project and I’ll share more about our planned activities over the next few years as we expand our research to new sites.

When: 7.30pm to 8.30pm, Wednesday 29th November
Where: Rydges Hotel North Sydney, Acacia Room 1.
54 McLaren St, North Sydney NSW 2060
Entry: Free (donations welcome)

RSVP to kellie@scienceforwildlife.org to attend