April 2018

// Fencing-in the tip
// The threats endangering Australia's at-risk fauna
// Townhouses to push out rare butterflies and koalas
// Development rezoning threatens to ‘decimate’ koala population in Wilton
// Koala 'song meters' used by scientists to collect habitat-saving data
// Help to plant the Toogoolawah koala corridor
// Brisbane Koala bushland Group is calling out for volunteers
// Department of Planning outlines Wilton infrastructure plans
// As Koalas Suffer From Chlamydia, A New Clue For Treatment
// Road projects reveals koala secrets
// Port Macquarie Koala Hospital to appear in Better Homes and Gardens segment with Dr Harry
// Friends of Kooloonbung Creek continue efforts to restore important local environment corridors
// Tree clearing, not urban sprawl, wiping out koalas in Queensland, WWF says
// Port Macquarie Koala Hospital calls for more volunteer tour guides
// Seasonal variation in occurrence of oxalate nephrosis in South Australian koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus)
// Is disease a major causal factor in declines? An Evidence Framework and case study on koala chlamydiosis
// Sick of picking up dead koala off a Gold Coast road, wildlife carer Joanne Brierley wants the speed limit reduced
// Infectious Diseases and Immunology of the Koala
// Fresh is best: Accurate SNP genotyping from koala scats.
// Daisy Hill Koala Centre reopens after $3.3 million upgrades
// Port Macquarie Koala Hospital hosts successful open day on March 31

March 2018

// Vegetation mapping in NSW
// Port Macquarie Koala Hospital's Easter Saturday open day
// Last chance to have your say on Byron’s massive new suburb
// Port Macquarie Koala Hospital's successful tree giveaway
// Study into selected antimicrobial drugs for koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus), incorporating consideration of koalas’ endogenous plasma and serum antibacterial activity
// Variation in the microbiome of the urogenital tract of Chlamydia-free female koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) with and without 'wet bottom'.
// $7.5 million for north shore animal crossing but still nothing for Campbelltown
// Movement of small mammals through a road-underpass is facilitated by a wildlife railing
// Council in final stages of a Koala Plan of Management and Koala Recovery Strategy

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