June 2019

// 'Conserve it or give it to us': Deputy mayor wants state to hand over land
// Ocean Drive Pixie, one of the youngest koalas to be cared for by Port Macquarie Koala Hospital
// What does a koala’s nose know? A bit about food, and a lot about making friends
// Needing a drink: Rainfall and temperature drive the use of free water by a threatened arboreal folivore
// Citizen reporting of wildlife interactions can improve impact-reduction programs and support wildlife carers
// Applying Social Marketing to Koala Conservation: The “Leave It” Pilot Program
// Climate‐driven shifts in the distribution of koala browse species from the Last Interglacial to the near future
// Kings Forest plan for koalas approved - with conditions
// A report claims koalas are ‘functionally extinct’ – but what does that mean?
// How the American bald eagle could play a role in saving our koala
// Parasitism by Ophidascaris robertsi with associated pathology findings in a wild koala (Phascolarctos cinereus)
// Overhaul of Brisbane vegetation protection sent to state for approval
// New koala management plan for Kings Forest approved by IPC
// Most habitat loss in 12 electorates: study
// Brisbane City Council to invest $20m future fund revenue in parks
// Koala promise is too late
// $1m pledge to support Gold Coast koala population
// Koala population growing so rapidly some areas are introducing contraception
// 'Critical habitats': New minister targets NSW national park expansion
// Plans to clear koala bushland at Belmont shelved
// Innovative project safeguards Queensland’s koalas
// Genetically-enhanced captive koalas could be saviours of wild cousins
// Australian-first wild koala release program
// Oxalate‐degrading bacteria, including Oxalobacter formigenes, colonise the gastrointestinal tract of healthy koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) and those with oxalate nephrosis

April 2019

// Oxalate-degrading bacteria, including Oxalobacter formigenes, colonise the gastrointestinal tract of healthy koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) and those with oxalate nephrosis.
// Ewingsdale koala tree planting April 27
// Newborn koala joey survives being transferred to surrogate mum's pouch
// Chlamydia pecorum prevalence in South Australian koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) populations: Identification and modelling of a population free from infection
// Good news for koalas in the Blue Mountains
// Gunnedah koala park build on agenda for 2019

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