COUNTING KOALAS: Koala sightings should be reported to the Koala Action Group on October 31 and November 1.LOOK out for koalas in your neighbourhood because it’sthe annual Redlands Koala Count-a-thon on October 31 and November 1.
The Koala Action Group has asked members of the community to get out and about over the weekend and look for koalas in the Redlands.
Koala sightings should be reported to the action group using an online tool or by phone.
Schools in the Redlands can alsoparticipate in the KoalaCount-a-thon by reporting koala sightings in their school grounds on Friday, October 30.
Koala Action Group PresidentDebbie Pointing said koalas can be found in all areas of the Redlands including parks, bushland reserves, school grounds and urban backyards.
“This time of the year is perfect to spot koalas as they are most active between August and December for breeding season and their young are more visible as they are now big enough to be out of the mum’s pouch and can often be seen riding on mum’s back.”
Ms Pointing said male koalas can be identified by their loud bellowing sound and a dark scent gland on their chest.
Koalas can be found resting in any type of tree, even mango trees, especially in the warmer months.
If you see or hear a koala over the weekend of October 31and November 1,you can report it online at老站出售koalagroup.asn备案老域名orhttps://root.ala.org备案老域名/bdrs-core/rcc/home.htm,by phone on3823 5575 (between 6am and 6pm), [email protected]备案老域名 or contact the Koala Action Group via Facebook.
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