Give bushfire-affected wildlife a helping hand on your next holiday

In Articles, Travel News by The H4C Team

You can help. That’s the message from Australian Wildlife Journeys who just launched a series of hands-on ‘conservation action days’ in July and August to support habitat regeneration. The initiative will see some of Australia’s leading wildlife tour operators team up with local conservation organisations for Bushfire Recovery Tours in a range of key areas. Activities will range from planting trees to assisting koalas in Victoria through to tracking and monitoring the endangered Kangaroo Island Dunnart population in South Australia.

Clear weeds or plant a tree to support habitat recovery with longtime koala advocate Echidna Walkabout Nature Tours.

“There has been an unprecedented desire to assist affected wildlife from travellers across the globe,” said John Daw, Executive Officer of Australian Wildlife Journeys. “The development of these conservation action days is an important step in providing travellers with an opportunity to take an active role in land restoration efforts, whilst enjoying the iconic wildlife encounters our regions are renowned for.

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