Emu Survey – Bungawalbin Catchment

Emu Survey – Bungawalbin Catchment

North Coast Emus are and endangered population. NSW Environmental Trust is supporting a project to improve habitat and reduce threats to emus

North Coast Emus are and endangered population. NSW Environmental Trust is supporting a project to improve habitat and reduce threats to emus.

Emu Questionnaire

This questionnaire aims to survey Bungawalbin Catchment residents about their knowledge regarding emus and opinions regarding emu conservation within the Bungawalbin catchment and how best to address known threats to improve the conservation status for the emu within the catchment area. The NSW Environmental Trust has funded a two year project “Community Based Emu Conservation in the Bungawalbin Catchment”.  North Coast emus are an endangered population facing threats from habitat loss and degradation, fires and dogs, feral pigs and foxes eating eggs and killing chicks.

Please complete the survey and post to Envite Environment, PO Box 1124, Lismore NSW 2480 or email to paul0@envite.org.au

For further information please contact Paul O’Connor at Envite Environment by phone on 02 66272841 or via email to paulo@envite.org.au

 

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