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The spaniels helping BCC sniff out Brisbane’s vulnerable koalas

Brisbane City Council has enlisted the help of two English springer spaniels to sniff out the city’s vulnerable koalas. The specially trained spaniels, Taz … [follow link to original story…]

Two English springer spaniel dogs hired for koala protection

Cr Quirk said the survey was just one part of a wider commitment to protect Brisbane’s koalas, including the fast-tracking of bushland acquisition in the … [follow link to original story…]

Koalas face regional wipe-out

THE near-extinct koala population on the Central Coast is facing complete wipe-out unless a recovery plan is put in place urgently, wildlife warriors … [follow link to original story…]

Conservation project helps protect Highlands koalas

Plenty of progress has been made in the Southern Highlands Koala Conservation Project. [follow link to original story…]

Construction to start on new koala tourist centre in Lismore

Friends of the Koala were granted just over $78,000 by the Federal Government to build the centre next to their current centre on Rifle Range Rd, East … [follow link to original story…]

Koalas: Politically driven to extinction

Koalas are loved by most, but not all, Australians. Politicians and developers regard the species as a downright nuisance, in the way of major projects … [follow link to original story…]

FOK’s New Building has started

Our long-awaited Education and Volunteer Centre, possible through a $78,000 contribution from the Federal Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development’s (DIRD) under the National Stronger Regions Fund and a bequest from our former Care Coordinator Pat Barnidge, has finally got off the ground. We received approval of our Development Application (DA) from Lismore Council on 8 November … Read more

Ballina koalas faced with extinction

BALLINA koalas will die off over the next 50 years regardless but with the help of Pacific Highway upgrades between Woolgoola and Ballina, the NSW … [follow link to original story…]

Where are Cowra’s koalas?

This is the question being asked by koala researchers John Callaghan and Maria Matthes, who have been engaged by Cowra Council, with funding from Local Land Services, to undertake a preliminary koala survey in the Cowra area.[follow the whole story here]

REVEALED: Koala habitat reaches new heights

The area is a known home to one of Queensland’s last remaining healthy koala populations, but the parcel of land concerned was relatively bare … [follow link to original story…]