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    Fight for survival: Incredible pictures document efforts to bring back Australia’s endangered koalas from the brink of extinction – after the population was decimated by bushfires

    • Horrific bushfire season across Australia in summer 2019/2020, saw 81% of koala population killed in NSW
    • Heroic firefighters worked endless hours to put out the massive fires which received worldwide attention 
    • Out-of-control bushfires tragically saw nearly three billion animals killed or displaced around the country 
    • Damning parliament inquiry revealed that koala population could be extinct by 2050 if they’re not cared for 
    • Vets and activists are pictured caring, tending to wounds of koalas since the bushfire and other incidents  

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    Heartwarming images reveal the hard work vets and animal activists are doing to save Australia’s koala population following the devastating bushfires

    The horrific summer bushfire season saw 81 per cent of the koala population killed in New South Wales alone and left an estimated three billion animals killed or displaced across Australia.

    The NSW Government has since committed $44.7million, the largest financial commitment ever conducted by the state, to help the koalas after a damning parliamentary inquiry released earlier in June found that koalas are likely to be extinct by 2050 if there is not government intervention to help the marsupials. 

    A young female koala fondly named Ash is seen sitting on a Eucalyptus branch following a general health check at the Australian Reptile Park on August 27, 2020

    Clinical Director Cheyne Flanagan (R) and hospital volunteers Rita Saunders and Gaby Rivett and treat a juvenile female koala named 'Oxey Kylie' for car accident trauma at Port Macquarie Koala Hospital on September 15, 2020

    Clinical Director Cheyne Flanagan (R) and hospital volunteers Rita Saunders and Gaby Rivett and treat a juvenile female koala named ‘Oxey Kylie’ for car accident trauma at Port Macquarie Koala Hospital on September 15, 2020

    Bek Shephard, a Field Officer with NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service in Dubbo, monitors a hazard reduction burn at Bowen Mountain a known koala habitat on September 04, 2020 in Sydney

    Bek Shephard, a Field Officer with NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service in Dubbo, monitors a hazard reduction burn at Bowen Mountain a known koala habitat on September 04, 2020 in Sydney

    Barbara Barrett, a Port Macquarie Koala Hospital volunteer of 20 years, cares for a 8 month old koala joey named Livvy orphaned following a car accident

    Barbara Barrett, a Port Macquarie Koala Hospital volunteer of 20 years, cares for a 8 month old koala joey named Livvy orphaned following a car accident

    Vets and animal activists have taken it upon themselves to help the endangered species who suffered a devastating loss due to the wildfires and other accidents which see them become orphaned.

    Incredible images show the volunteers and working weighing koalas, feeding them, checking on their injuries as they work hard to protect the species and strengthen them. 

    The Port Macquarie Koala Hospital boasts 150 volunteers, a specialised treatment room, intensive care unit and rehabilitation yards for koalas.

    Their extraordinary volunteers care for the beloved Australian marsupial to ensure they are recovered and able to go back into the wild. 

    Dean Reid, Head Mammal and Bird Keeper at the Australian Reptile Park is greeted by a female koala fondly named Pirri along with her joey Prim during a general health check

    Dean Reid, Head Mammal and Bird Keeper at the Australian Reptile Park is greeted by a female koala fondly named Pirri along with her joey Prim during a general health check

    Jeremy Bear a Port Macquarie Koala Hospital volunteer releases a juvenile male koala named Savoy Vince in to natural habitat at Lake Innes Nature Reserve

    Jeremy Bear a Port Macquarie Koala Hospital volunteer releases a juvenile male koala named Savoy Vince in to natural habitat at Lake Innes Nature Reserve

    Sonny Cromelin a Field Officer with NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service in Dubbo monitors a hazard reduction burn at Bowen Mountain a known koala habitat on September 04, 2020 in Sydney

    Sonny Cromelin a Field Officer with NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service in Dubbo monitors a hazard reduction burn at Bowen Mountain a known koala habitat on September 04, 2020 in Sydney

    Barbara Barrett, a Port Macquarie Koala Hospital volunteer of 20 years, cares for a 8 month old koala joey named Livvy orphaned following a car accident

    Barbara Barrett, a Port Macquarie Koala Hospital volunteer of 20 years, cares for a 8 month old koala joey named Livvy orphaned following a car accident

    Mr Reid weighs a young female koala fondly named 'Rosie' along with her joey Ash during a general health check on August 27

    Mr Reid weighs a young female koala fondly named ‘Rosie’ along with her joey Ash during a general health check on August 27

    Barbara Barrett has been volunteering for 20 years at the hospital and is seen embracing an eight-month-old joey named Livvy who was orphaned following a car crash. 

    Clinical Director Cheyne Flanagan and fellow hospital volunteers Rita Saunders and Gaby Rivett were also spotted treating a young female koala named Oxey Kylie for car accident trauma.

    Another fellow volunteer, Jeremy Bear, is cradling a baby male koala named Savoy Vince in a blanket before releasing him into the wild at Lake Innes Nature Reserve. 

    The Australian Reptile Park workers on the Central Coast also care for healthy and injured koalas in hopes they can go back to their natural habitat and repopulate. 

    Dean Reid, Head Mammal and Bird Keeper at the Australian Reptile Park oversees the koala program at the Australian Reptile Park.

    He assists in weighing, feeding and caring for the marsupials. At one point he is even greeted fondly by a female koala fondly named Pirri along with her joey Prim during a general health check up. 

    Hospital volunteer Betty Lambert hand feeds a male koala named Jan at Port Macquarie Koala Hospital on September 14

    Hospital volunteer Betty Lambert hand feeds a male koala named Jan at Port Macquarie Koala Hospital on September 14

    Hospital volunteer Penny McKinley prepares fresh Eucalyptus feed for koala pens at Port Macquarie Koala Hospital

    Hospital volunteer Penny McKinley prepares fresh Eucalyptus feed for koala pens at Port Macquarie Koala Hospital

    Clinical Director Cheyne Flanagan evaluates a juvenile female koala named Oxey Kylie for car accident trauma

    Clinical Director Cheyne Flanagan evaluates a juvenile female koala named Oxey Kylie for car accident trauma

    Hospital volunteer Rita Saunders holds a juvenile female koala named Oxey Kylie suffering from a car accident injury

    Hospital volunteer Rita Saunders holds a juvenile female koala named Oxey Kylie suffering from a car accident injury

    Following the parliamentary inquiry, 42 recommendations were made by the committee to protect the koala population, not just from bushfires.   

    The inquiry had also cited that land clearing, climate change and logging as driving the koala population to the brink of extinction. 

    ‘Given the scale of loss as a result of the fires to many significant populations, the committee believes the koala will become extinct in NSW well before 2050,’ the report said. 

    Committee chair and Greens MLC Cate Faehrmann said the threatened species was already in significant trouble before the bushfire season which killed about 5,000 koalas.

    The report said the government estimates there are 36,000 koalas in the state, but that figure is unreliable.

    Some of the recommendations include protecting koala habitat, cease the opening up of old-growth state forest for logging and the establishment of a well-resourced network of wildlife hospitals in key areas of the state staffed by suitably qualified personnel and veterinarians. 

    Ms Barrett, a Port Macquarie Koala Hospital volunteer of 20 years, cares for a 8 month old koala joey named Livvy orphaned following a car accident

    Ms Barrett, a Port Macquarie Koala Hospital volunteer of 20 years, cares for a 8 month old koala joey named Livvy orphaned following a car accident

    Hospital volunteer Betty Lambert hand feeds a male koala named Jan at Port Macquarie Koala Hospital on September 14

    Hospital volunteer Betty Lambert hand feeds a male koala named Jan at Port Macquarie Koala Hospital on September 14

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