Species lists for planting trees that attract and are beneficial to wildlife.
TKMG supports research on tree kangaroos and other local mammals. We will advertise on our website opportunities that arise for volunteers to help with projects, including fieldwork with researchers and tree planting to enhance or extend suitable habitat for tree kangaroos.
TKMG supports research into Yellow-bellied gliders (also called "Fluffy Gliders"). Volunteers are always welcome to help with finding and monitoring feed and den trees and keeping them safe from fire. Contact the Secretary for further information.
TKMG works in partnership with TREAT, Trees for the Evelyn & Atherton Tablelands Inc., to plant suitable feed trees for tree kangaroos and possums, enhancing and extending suitable habitat. www.TREAT.net.au
TKMG supports the work done by Tolga Bat Rescue & Research Inc. for fruit bats (flying foxes) and insectivorous or microbats.
Volunteers are always needed for help with feeding bats and cleaning cages. www.tolgabathospital.org
Tree Roo Rescue & Conservation Centre Ltd is a non-profit organisation that rescues and rehabilitates orphaned, injured or displaced tree kangaroos.
There are opportunities to volunteer for those with animal husbandry, zookeeping or vet experience.Volunteers help with daily collection of leaves to feed animals in care. For more information please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org or www.treeroorescue.org.au.