Koala Jordan has been busy – Dad to 3 new joeys at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary!
Koala Jordan was loaned to Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, from the Queensland Government Daisy Hill Koala Centre in February 2022, as part of a special breeding program.
We’re pleased to announce his time at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary has been very successful.
In recent months, Jordan has helped conceive 3 Koala joeys, which are now out of their mother’s pouches and enjoying the Koala Nursery.
One of the new joey’s, a girl, was born to mother Kirsty, who is also on loan from the Queensland Government Daisy Hill Koala Centre. This joey is yet to be named.
The other joey, born to mum Osha from Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, is a boy named ‘Bubbles’.
And the third joey, a boy, born to mum Bon Bon from Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, is yet to be named.
This is a very exciting milestone for both Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and the Daisy Hill Koala Centre, as well as a step in the right direction for ongoing Koala conservation.
Jordan was an orphaned Koala and was hand raised by a carer, his chances of survival were considered too low to for release back into the wild.
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