Group with board
Group with board

 

We were greeted by this young koala at the start of the survey:

Koala 1

 

Checking the trees along Grey River Road:

Checking trees

Checking trees

 

An acrobatic koala balancing and reaching for gum leaves:

Acrobatics

Balancing

 

Some koalas were active:

Active koala

Active koala

 

Some were asleep:

Sleeping Koala

Sleeping Koala

 

Jack showing off his footy jumper:

Jack

 

Oscar first up the steep hill to the transmission line:

Oscar

 

A great lunch spot:

Lunch

 

A Bassian Thrush on the firebreak:

Bassian Thrush

 

And the count was just 71 koalas - much lower numbers than previous years. We wonder why!

Margaret MacDonald

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