CCWA’s Citizen Science Program gives communities across WA the opportunity to get hands-on experience in a wide range of conservation projects.
From projects to help restore populations of native sea birds, to habitat restoration and monitoring of WA’s bats, our conservation projects have taken us to all four corners of this great state. We work with scientists, graduates, students, community groups and other non-government organisations to help achieve amazing things for WA conservation. Our Citizen Science program aims to improve our understanding of the local environment, empower communities in decisions about nature in their area and get people connected with nature.
No two projects are the same – CCWA has worked with communities and like-minded groups across WA to achieve some incredible work for WA’s native species and biodiversity, including bird surveying, small vertebrate trapping, acoustic bat surveys, seabird monitoring, flora biodiversity surveying, surveying carbon sequestering projects, remnant vegetation assessments, and fairy tern conservation in South-West WA.
We're currently working on Dusk Watch, the Little Penguins Project on Penguin Island and a WA Bat Monitoring program.
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