Science for Wildlife
Science for Wildlife work to make sure that the best available science and technology is applied on the ground where it counts, to conserve wildlife. They were established to meet a well-recognised need – to bridge the gap between research and wildlife conservation. Far too often the best science gets published in a journal but is never applied to real-life problems.
To bridge this gap they work with researchers, university staff and students, land managers, community groups and volunteers, making sure that knowledge is shared and wildlife conservation is as effective as it can possibly be.
You can donate, and they also welcome volunteers, uni students on research projects, and corporate sponsors. And if you’ve seen a koala recently in the area stretching from the western Sydney Basin, through the Blue Mountains and out to Bathurst, please let them know!