OWAD Environment is regularly the subject of media releases, news interviews and documentaries that are aired on TV, social media, radio, printed media etc. The below links are a sample only. For all media enquiries, please contact Olivia Woosnam via our contact us page.
Live interview with Olivia Woosnam from OWAD Environment on Channel 9’s Today Show, Saturday 20 February 2021. regarding our findings in Port Stephens, NSW
ABC News Article, Feb 2021: Koala study reveals some Port Stephens populations are becoming genetically isolated
OWAD Environment detection dog Missy detecting rare Underground Orchids for the New South Wales Government. Footage from field surveys in January 2020. NSW Government video.
NSW Government, 2020: Missy the detection dog assists in uncovering rare underground orchid
Could any wildlife have survived a 6,000 hectare fire in Maryvale, Queensland? Detection dogs Taz and Missy are currently in the field searching for koalas.
OWAD Environment Koala Detection Dogs working to locate surviving koalas.
Can you spot the koala? Neither can we! We’re gonna need some help from some very talented dogs and their amazing sense of smell.
We find out why koala poo is an essential element in conserving the species, and how dogs can help!
Totally Wild Episode S.23 Ep.67
Olivia Woosnam with Taz the professional conservation dog. Taz is owned and handled by OWAD Environment
ABC News, 2017: The Detection Dogs who help save koalas
Brisbane Times, 2017: Brisbane City Council – Koala detection dogs sniff out koala populations
Brisbane Times, 2015: Meet Taz: a detection dog helping koala conservation, one poo at a time