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Home range areas of koalas in an urban area of north-east New South Wales
Conserving wildlife within urban areas requires knowledge of habitat requirements and population processes, and the management of threatening factors. The koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) is one species that is adversely affected by urban development. Sick and injured koalas in the Lismore urban area are regularly taken into care. We radio-tracked koalas released from care in order to estimate home-range areas and to determine their fate. Koalas were tracked for periods of 90-742 days; 7 of 10doi:10.1071/am12049 fatcat:5c7u7z3eenbpblwxva6bott5dy