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"Koalas are on track to go extinct in NSW in my lifetime. We're at the point where each individual koala is important for the survival of the species."
Dr Stuart Blanch - WWF-Australia Forest & Woodland Manager
Please help us build a much-needed koala rehabilitation facility and create more habitat corridors in NSW - to give every koala every chance.
Can you imagine the Australian bush without koalas? That could be the reality in NSW as early as 2050.
Due to increased tree-clearing across the state, we are at a critical point for the survival of this iconic Australian species. If we do nothing, the next generation of nature lovers might never get the chance to see a koala in the wild in eastern Australia.
Your support is urgently needed to help scale up our work to protect NSW's last koalas and rebuild the population over the next few years.
Your donation will help pay for a much needed pre-release and rehabilitation facility near Grafton in NSW, as well as helping us to further expand our work to restore important koala habitats across the state, including vital 'koala corridors' linking these habitats.
Your help today can have a real and lasting impact on the survival of our iconic Aussie species.
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Thank you so much for donating to help save our iconic NSW koalas. Your gift is already helping to make a real difference on-the-ground.
Dr Stuart Blanch, our Australian Forest and Woodland Manager wanted to pass on his regards and send you a quick message:
"By donating to WWF, you've said, 'Yes! I'm committed to ending the destruction of forests and protecting these great, iconic marsupials'. I can't thank you enough.
By working together, we can save our koalas. I hope to be able to share some good news with you in 2019 and in the future."
Thank you again!