Become a koala protector

If you would like to donate £5 and buy ‘The language Web notebook’, you will become a koala protector, as all proceeds will be donated to the Australian bushfire animal protection fund through the WWF.Org.UK scheme.

Please email info@thelanguageweb.com if you would like ‘The language Web notebook’ and we will arrange the shipment or if you are an au pair student see Hazel in the office after your class.

Koala Facts

The koala is possibly seen as a cuddly bear, however it is a marsupial not a bear and is closely related to the other famous Aussie animal, the kangaroo.

 Koalas can only live in one place in the world, Australia where it eats and survives on Eucalyptus leaves. The koala hops from one tree to the next eating up to 2.5 pounds of leaves a day. It eats so many Eucalyptus leaves that it smells like the trees!

So, the deadly bush fires, which have swept through extensive areas of Australia, (see the map) have had a devastating effect on wildlife and the flora and fauna in the country. More than 10 million hectares have been burnt, and this number continues to climb.  That’s the equivalent of 40% of the entire UK.

 Lives, homes and an estimated 1.25 billion animals have been affected, including 30% of the entire koala population in mid-north coast of New South Wales. These mega-fires are worsening the extinction crisis already being faced.

 If you would like to donate £5 and buy ‘The language Web notebook’, you will become a koala protector, as all proceeds will be donated to the Australian bushfire animal protection fund through the WWF.Org.UK scheme.

Many thanks

Hazel