New Book – Koala Stories

February 01, 2016

New Book – Koala Stories

Suzi is excited to announce the release of her new coffee-table style book, Koala Stories, in collaboration with Deborah Tabart, Director of the Australian Koala Foundation and internationally known as the “Koala Woman.” Since 1988, the Australian Koala Foundation has been the leading advocate for koala conservation around the world, working in partnership with governments, business, conservationists, and scientists. Their current goals include mapping koala habitat, enactment of the Koala Protection Act, and the establishment of koala conservation zones.

The book contains text by Ms. Tabart and images Suzi captured while spending months photographing koalas in the wild and in captive breeding programs throughout Eastern Australia.

A portion of the proceeds from this book benefit AKF. Copies can be ordered here.




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