It was the widespread concern of the declining numbers of koalas in the Gunnedah region that prompted North West Local Land Services to contract an independent ecologist to prepare a koala conservation plan. It focusses on what people and communities can do ‘on the ground’ to assist the survival of koalas in and around Gunnedah.
The plan includes a straight forward list of actions for Government departments and authorities, Landcare and community groups and the general public; and therefore these activities can be undertaken by all people who live and work around Gunnedah.
Gunnedah Koala Conservation Landscape Plan November 2016.pdf
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If you wish to be part of the efforts to protect koalas in the Gunnedah region in town or on private property, please contact Angela Baker from North West Local Land Services or contact Gunnedah Urban Landcare Group via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or through the Gunnedah Urban Landcare Group Facebook page.
For more information or comments on the report, please contact Angela Baker from North West Local Land Services by phone: 02 6742 9209 or email: email@example.com
A higher resolution copy is available upon request.
Funding for this report was provided by the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme and NSW Government’s Catchment Action NSW.