Caring for our Coastal Emus

Calling all citizen scientists and wildlife enthusiasts! Clarence Valley Council is keen to learn about where you've seen coastal emus.

Local landholders, together with the Clarence Valley Council, the Office of Environment and Heritage and the Coastal Emu Alliance are working to protect coastal emus and their habitat. To do this, we are collecting data on where our emus are located via an online register. The emu register will let you pinpoint a sighting location on a map. You'll also be able to add more information about the sighting.

Furthermore, if you haven't seen an emu but still want to share your story - go for it! Head to the stories tab to begin telling us about your experiences.

Calling all citizen scientists and wildlife enthusiasts! Clarence Valley Council is keen to learn about where you've seen coastal emus.

Local landholders, together with the Clarence Valley Council, the Office of Environment and Heritage and the Coastal Emu Alliance are working to protect coastal emus and their habitat. To do this, we are collecting data on where our emus are located via an online register. The emu register will let you pinpoint a sighting location on a map. You'll also be able to add more information about the sighting.

Furthermore, if you haven't seen an emu but still want to share your story - go for it! Head to the stories tab to begin telling us about your experiences.

Coastal Emu Register

9 months

To identify the location where you have sighted an emu, drag the Sighting pin to the location on the map. You can also drag and drop pins relating to Scats, Tracks and Feathers / Traces. Once the location is identified you will be asked a few details of the sighting. Please note that information entered in the survey is viewable to the public once you have submitted the point, so please do not include identifying notes or defamatory remarks. They grey highlighted area outlines the historical coastal emu distribution. We thank you for your input in this project....

To identify the location where you have sighted an emu, drag the Sighting pin to the location on the map. You can also drag and drop pins relating to Scats, Tracks and Feathers / Traces. Once the location is identified you will be asked a few details of the sighting. Please note that information entered in the survey is viewable to the public once you have submitted the point, so please do not include identifying notes or defamatory remarks. They grey highlighted area outlines the historical coastal emu distribution. We thank you for your input in this project.