A small colony of koala reside around the Cape Paterson area, occasionally wandering into the environs of The Cape. Recent DNA testing of their poo has revealed the small population is the uncommon Strzelecki Koala, a genetically healthy sub-species of the genome. Cape Chatter Issue 92 looks at what these findings mean, and the measures being taken to help this species into the future. The plight of the local Common Wombat population is becoming a concern … but you can help by being observant … see how! And we look at how the developing bio-diverse habitat within The Cape and work by residents and the developer is helping some of our threatened bird species.
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really interesting issue, especially about koalas
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Thanks Degsy as always for your feedback and support. Hope everything is going well over there in the ‘mother’ country!!