Today we are sitting down with Danielle Clode, PhD, Conservation Biologist and Author of the new book Koala: A Natural History and an Uncertain Future. Danielle and I discuss the inspiration for her book, misconceptions about koalas and the biological reasonings for their behavior, top threats koalas are facing, the devastating Black Summer fires of 2019, the difficulties of writing a book during a pandemic and subsequent lockdowns, tips to take your scientific communication to a new level, and her hopes for the future.
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