• Citizen Science

    We run a range of citizen science initiatives which provide you with the opportunity to assist directly with the conservation of some of your favourite species, by collecting valuable data. By taking part in our surveys you are helping us to answer important questions about our plants and animals, which can then be used to help inform decision makers and raise awareness.
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With Australia’s iconic marsupial under increasing threat, the National Parks Association of NSW (NPA) is encouraging everyone to play a role in their conservation by joining the national 2014 Koala Count.

An innovative environmental survey has brought together a group of enthusiastic land owning Citizen Scientists in the Berry area, all focused on uncovering vital information about their local wildlife.

With less than a week to go to the Great Koala Count it’s time to make plans to play your part in a statewide Citizen Scientist project, from November the 7th to the 17th. You wont need a white coat to be a scientist but rather a pair of sturdy walking shoes, some sun protection and a smartphone.