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Experts predict koalas will be extinct in NSW by 2050

One of our most famous native animals could be extinct in New South Wales by 2050, a polarising new conservation report predicts. The koala, an … [follow link to original story…]

Zoo warns residents to be on the lookout for wildlife

… a little bit terrifying, because it means we see a lot more koalas,” Terri said. … So far this year the wildlife hospital has treated 191 koalas, 31 of which … [follow link to original story…]

Death by dog – the fate of many Tinonee koalas

Jeremy: The whole in Jeremy’s head goes down to his skull. He still feels traumatised enough that he climbs down for a sleep in his basket. [follow link to original story…]

Koala’s ’20-minute terror spree’ at G’bah home

Luke Kane posted the story on social media, and it was shared by local group Friends of the Koala, which said: “It would be funny if it wasn’t so tragic”. [follow link to original story…]

Koala alert: Determined animals are active on roadways

LISMORE-based Friends of the Koala have pleaded with motorists to take more care as koalas become more active on North Coast roads. Friends of … [follow link to original story…]

Koala tree planting volunteers needed

BANGALOW Koalas is calling out for volunteers to take part in this Saturday’s Koala Tree Planting Working Bee starting at 9am at 69 Dudgeons Lane, … [follow link to original story…]

Rat may hold the key to koala virus spread

A Queensland rat, the grassland melomys, could be the origin of a koala retrovirus, which infects the majority of Australia’s koalas. University of … [follow link to original story…]

Death of koala in St. Helena tunnel last year

Video shows injured koala’s ‘avoidable’ death in tunnel

The death of an injured koala, captured on surveillance video inside a tunnel in the state’s north, shows current measures to protect the iconic … [follow link to original story…]

NSW Government’s ‘road kill files’ reveal how state’s dwindling koala population is under threat

Special tunnels, bridges and fencing are failing to save New South Wales’ dwindling koala population from speeding traffic, the state’s “road kill” files … [follow link to original story…]