Help us to help wildlife win!

FAUNA Research Alliance's conservation projects draw together the skills and capacity of people, communities and organisations across Australia to ensure our unique wildlife, their populations, and the ecosystems they maintain are secure for future generations. Help us to achieve this!


Australia & New Zealand have suffered 57 fauna extinctions in the past 200 years

Our amphibians, birds, reptiles and mammals remain at risk.

59Amphibians at risk
177Birds at risk
147Reptiles at Risk
117Mammals at Risk

Port Stephens! Last weekend 72 of you completed the koala community survey, we'd love to see that happen again this weekend!

Don't forget, all visitors and previous residents can have a go too!


Together we can #saveportstephenskoalas

Don't forget about our #PortStephens #Koala Community Survey! 🐨🌳

We've got 116 responses so far in just over a week!

But we aren't done yet! Lets get more #data this weekend and #saveportstephenskoalas!

Please complete or share! Link below ⬇️

What do you think is more efficient at detecting #koalas in the bush?

We tested three of these in our recent paper! πŸ¨πŸŒ³πŸ‘‡

@lachlan_gh @ChadleyBera @ShelbyR59 @HWConflict @NSWDPIE @FAUNAresearch @Uni_Newcastle

FAUNA members @DrRRwitt @ChadleyBera @lachlan_gh @ShelbyR59 @JohnClulow1 have collaborated with @NSWDPIE & @Uni_Newcastle to deliver a brand new #openaccess study ⬇️⬇️

Read here ➑️

#Drones outperform field based methods for detecting #koalas! 🚁🐨🌳

Hot off the press! πŸ¨πŸŒ³πŸ‘‰

Our latest research @NSWDPIE @Uni_Newcastle @ChadleyBera @lachlan_gh @ShelbyR59 @JohnClulow1 @HWConflict

Shows for #koalas drone-thermal surveys outperform traditional survey methods: spotlighting by a little; SAT by a lot!

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