The 2015 Koala Count is an exciting nationwide citizen science survey running from 7-22 November that anyone can join. The aim of the Count is to create a comprehensive picture of koala numbers and locations across the landscape by engaging the community directly in a once-a-year survey. The Count is repeated every year to show trends in koala populations, movement and habitat use over time.
Those who don't have access to a smart phone can submit their sightings directly to the website.
This project is a great opportunity for MINCA members to get involved in citizen science & Koala conservation. Spread the word and join the count (starting this Saturday).
Important notice for all 2013 and 2014 participants:
If you would like to take part in the 2015 survey, you will need to re-register on the new app or website - registration takes just a few minutes. The NatureMapr app replaces BioTag so we suggest you delete the old app off your phone to avoid confusion.