2 results for month: 10/2020


Meet Our Volunteer: Kath

With summer on the horizon and a wealth of field studies currently under way across fire zones in the Blue Mountains, never has it been more important to have a strong team of citizen science volunteers by our side. These individuals have been imperative to our ability to study our remaining koala populations and provide these animals with the resources and protection they need to survive. In celebration of our wonderful team and continuing on from last month’s article featuring our husband and wife duo James and Carley, this month we recognised the contributions of our much-loved volunteer and videographer Kath Davis. Meet Kath Featured: ...

Spring is here – listen to the dulcet tones of a koala bellow!

From September until March it is koala mating season. During this time, koalas are more conspicuous. Males are bellowing to attract mates and both males and females will travel kilometers to find their love interest for this season. All of this action makes it a great time to get an idea of where koalas are living. If you’re in an area where koalas might be around, keep an ear out for the amazing male bellow! You can listen to it here: The koala bellow is a bizarre sound, it is not what you’d expect from an apparently small, cute and fluffy mammal – but if you know koalas like we do, it does give a hint that their outer cuddly-looking ...