What The HEC | 4 koala joeys born in Koala Life conservation breeding program at Cleland

Did you see the exciting news in The Courier?! (article by Fin Dunford). Last March, four healthy Koala joeys were born at Cleland Wildlife Park’s Koala Life program. The Koala population at Cleland is the only sanctuary-managed colony that is free from both Chlamydia and Koala Retrovirus. Koalas bred from the program will be made available for conservation across Australia. The HEC is hosting the first ever behind the scenes tour with director Dr. Chris West on Tuesday 20th February 10am -12pm.   Spaces are limited so book quickly at https://events.humanitix.com/koala-life

4 koala joeys born in Koala Life conservation breeding program at Cleland

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