June / July 2017 E-news
Welcome to our April – June 2017 E-news
by Monique Kahya
Catching a koala is tricky; catching Ewok proved to be quite the challenge. The little male koala, named ‘Ewok Pomona’, had been sighted in the trees at the back of the Pomona State School. After Pomona State School posted in Facebook about their visitor, our local Wildcare wildlife rehabber (and Noosa Landcare staffer) Rachel Lyons was notified and a health check was conducted. From the ground, the tell-tale signs of Chlamydia were noticeable and he looked quite skinny. This all happened on International Star Wars Day (May 4th). Combined with his notable sparse hair around the ears, he was aptly named Ewok!
You can download the information detailed in the Noosa & District Landcare June / July 2017 Newsletter List as a printable PDF for future reference.