Saving the platypus of the Coffs Coast Hinterland

In NSW’s Coffs Coast Hinterland, the Jaliigirr Biodiversity Alliance and its partners are using cutting edge science to monitor platypus and develop projects to help the species to recover in the wake of the Black Summer bushfires.

The results of the eDNA analyses will be used to inform the development of projects to support the unique animal and other wildlife in the region through GER’s partnership with WWF-Australia.

The project is funded through the Australian Government’s Bushfire Recovery for Wildlife and Habitat Community Grants program.

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