Supporting projects and research to help protect
tree kangaroos and tropical mammals

Get involved

Borrow Critter Cameras

Critter camTKMG members can apply to borrow trail cameras for backyard wildlife watch.

Other field equipment is also available.

(GPS, spotlights, cat traps).


Volunteer

Survey for koalas in Far North Queensland

Contact Roger MARTIN by email at: fnqkoalas@gmail.com to let us know you are interested in becoming a volunteer on this project.

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'KOALAS: ECOLOGICALLY REDUNDANT OR CHAMPIONS OF CONSERVATION? THE NSW Perspective' - a presentation by George Madani.

Koalas are globally recognized as icons of Australian wildlife, but what is their true ecological role? Join us at the TKMG meeting, THUR 6th June-7:30pm at the Big Pub-Malanda Hotel, as wildlife ecologist George Madani delves into this questions. George has nearly 20 years of dedicated research and firsthand experience. George will share invaluable insights and findings based on over 1,000 koala captures and numerous collaborative projects, shedding some light on the REAL value of koalas in our ecosystem.