Establish a KOALA Sanctuary Colony in the South West Australian Forrests

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Koalas have nowhere to go. Right now they're losing their homes and their lives to excessive tree-clearing and Fire. We need to protect the homes of koalas before they’re gone forever. It's up to us to ensure future generations get to see these iconic Aussie animals in the wild.

Scientists say that although koalas have evolved to survive bushfires, numbers of the species have declined by 80 per cent between 1995 and 2009 due to urban development and the destruction of natural habitat.

The Australian bushfires which have ravaged the country since September are having a devastating impact on wildlife populations.

Ecologists from the University of Sydney estimate 480 million mammals, birds and reptiles have died due to the fires. Among these, 8000 koalas are believed to have burnt to death - nearly one third of the entire koala population in New South Wales (NSW).Koala numbers are believed to have declined across a number of states, but the figures remain unclear.

Help petition the Australian Government and Western Australian Governments to look into opening up gazetted national Parks to introduce a koala population and breeding program in the Vast South West Corner Highly unpopulated Western Australia to help boost and breed these iconic animals to help their survival and extinction threat with aims for introduction back to the Eastern States before its too late !!