Saving the Koala, or any animal or ecosystem begins with each individual person. Everyone, no matter how small, can do something to help. If each person did even one little thing, like encouraging their family to recycle or to save water or electricity, it would add up to a lot of help for the environment.
A great way to help save koalas in Australia is to "adopt" one — and no, that doesn't actually mean getting a pet koala. It just means you pay a small fee that goes to the care and ...
Koalas in Care in New South Wales need donations to help them care for the 65 or so koalas they care for every year. Koala Bay need donations to set up a koala care and rehabilitation unit. Port Macquarie Koala Hospital distributed over 100 water stations after the NSW bushfire crisis
How to help koalas hurt and homeless from Australia’s bushfires is a question we’ve been asked by readers in recent days. There are a handful of options for helping Australia’s koalas that we recommend, from donating funds to koala hospitals and wildlife organisations to knitting mittens for their burnt paws.
Meet Bear, the dog who finds koalas injured in Australian bushfires WIRES, a NSW wildlife rescue and rehabilitation charity, has provided information about how to help koalas and other animals.
Here's how you can help fight the Australian fires taking over New South Wales, from helping koalas to helping evacuees. Half a billion animals and 8,000 koalas have died in the fires.
To help injured wildlife, you can support the fund set up by WIRES, one of Australia’s most respected wildlife rescue organisations. The Port Macquarie Koala Hospital is looking for donations to help it treat injured koalas and to fund a water carrying vehicle to help bring water to drinking stations dispersed through the affected areas.
Australian hospitals are flooded with burned koalas, kangaroos and other animals rescued from the wildfires. They need your help knitting mittens, pouches, nests and blankets for recovering wildlife. An Australian woman named Morgan Leigh is knitting her fingers to the bone making koala mittens, joey pouches, bird nests and bat […]
Celebrities and charities have been raising funds to help the disaster effort as wildfires rage across Australia while members of the public have also wanted to show their support. The infernos ...
Koalas are disappearing. Loss of koala habitat and koala food trees (eucalyptus leaves) is the leading koala threat. Our cuddly koalas are loved around the world. Often called a koala bear, they are actually marsupials not koala bears. Please help koalas by supporting the Australian Koala Foundation. Find koala information here - Save the koala!