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To preserve and enhance the cultural environmental and social sustainability of the Tyagarah Area and its inhabitants

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November 9, 2003

Tyagarah Koala Survey

TYAGARAH KOALA SURVEY

AIMS

1. To involve residents of Tyagarah in a voluntary,
ongoing way to enhance the survival of our endangered
koalas.

2. To gather information from residents about the
movements and habitations of koalas in Tyagarah.

3. To incorporate the information into the proposed
Vegetation and Wildlife Corridor so that we can make
sensible provisions for koalas based on their real and
current needs.

4. To provide this information to the Environmental
Planner on Council to increase the knowledge about
koalas locally, and to assist with planning processes,
eg. safe highway crossing points for koalas, special
fences to guide koalas to those crossings, locations
for signage, places to re-vegetate with koala food
trees, etc.

5. To provide the information if required to other
agencies who are helping to ensure the koala's
survival, eg. National Parks and Wildlife Service,
Friends of the Koala, etc.

SUBMITTING FORMS & OBTAINING ADDITIONAL FORMS

Your completed forms can be handed in to Marilyn at
the Tyagarah Service Station, or posted to the
secretary of the Tyagarah Sustainable Community
Alliance at PO Box 1542 Byron Bay 2481. If you see
more koalas and need more forms for reporting, you can
obtain extra copies from the same sources.

Click More to get the survey.

TYAGARAH KOALA SURVEY

NAME:
PHONE NUMBER:
STREET YOU LIVE ON:

KOALA REPORT NUMBER 1:
YEAR KOALA SEEN:
MONTH/SEASON/WEATHER:
(eg. wet Spring, hot dry November, cold dry late July,
etc.)


HOW MANY DID YOU SEE?
ANY BABIES ON MOTHER'S BACKS?
WHERE WERE THE KOALAS? EXACT LOCATION:

WHAT WERE THEY DOING?

KOALA REPORT NUMBER 2:
YEAR KOALA SEEN:
MONTH/SEASON/WEATHER:
(eg. wet Spring, hot dry November, cold dry late July,
etc.)


HOW MANY DID YOU SEE?
ANY BABIES ON MOTHER'S BACKS?
WHERE WERE THE KOALAS? EXACT LOCATION:

WHAT WERE THEY DOING?


SUBMITTING FORMS & OBTAINING ADDITIONAL FORMS
Your completed forms can be handed in to Marilyn at
the Tyagarah Service Station, or posted to the
secretary of the Tyagarah Sustainable Community
Alliance (TSCA) at PO Box 1542 Byron Bay 2481. If you
see more koalas and need more forms for reporting, you
can obtain extra copies from the same sources. Feel
free to photocopy spare forms and hand them around.

Thank you very much for caring and for helping!

Posted at November 9, 2003 12:00 AM

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